Rooney still has role to play - Scholes

Britain's record goalscorer Wayne Rooney can in any case assume a valuable part for both his nation and club Manchester United, his previous partner Paul Scholes told the BBC on Sunday.

Rooney, who has scored 53 objectives in his 119 universal appearances, is not completely out of the England picture, as indicated by mentor Gareth Southgate, despite the fact that absence of first group football at United is not helping his case for incorporation.

Rooney, who is additionally his club's record goalscorer having passed symbol Bobby Charlton's check prior this season, has been connected with a move in the nearby season following 13 years with United.

The 31-year-old has been connected with a lucrative exchange to the China Super League while his previous club Everton have communicated an intrigue.

Be that as it may, Scholes - topped 66 times - says it would be a misfortune for both England and United if his previous partner at United and in the national side was abstained from.

"Wayne has been a thrilling footballer for England and Manchester United for about 15 years. He is extraordinarily regarded despite everything I think he has a section to play with United and England," the 42-year-old told the BBC.

"He has incredible experience, he can pass information on to youthful players and it's dependent upon Gareth if and when he needs to utilize it.

"I would prefer not to discuss him heading off to another English club, I trust he gets himself again into the United group. He has a battle staring him in the face however the Wayne Rooney I know is somebody who will confront that test and attempt to do it.

"Despite everything he has a conspicuous part to play for England and United. There's been a ton of theory over where he goes now yet Wayne, with what he's done, has earned the privilege to do what he needs to do. I trust he does stay and battle."

A leg damage precluded Rooney of both the 1-0 inviting misfortune to Germany last Wednesday and Sunday's 2018 World Cup qualifier against Lithuania.

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