Man Utd boss keen to settle Rooney’s future

England striker Rooney has admitted he wants to leave United, due to the club’s lack of impact in the transfer market.

“I haven’t read the whole (Rooney) statement. We will consider it all,” said.

“David Gill and I have a meeting at 10 tomorrow morning. David has spoken to the owners tonight which is important. What is really important is for us to put it to bed, we don’t want it to become a saga.

“Sunday’s game against Stoke is the most important thing. This is a bagatelle, believe me.”

Ferguson believes Rooney is making the wrong choice by demanding a move away from the club.

“Sometimes you look in a field and you see a cow and you think it’s a better cow than the one you’ve got in the field,” said Ferguson.

“It’s a fact, right, and it never really works out that way. It’s probably the same cow and it’s not as good as your own cow. Some players like to think there’s a better world somewhere else. It never really works.”