Wayne Rooney opened up on Manchester United’s season and life under Louis van Gaal when speaking to Gary Neville for Sky Sports next season.
The Reds captain spoke ahead of United’s final game of the campaign in which they drew 0-0 with Hull.
Rooney started by answering some quick fire questions where he confirmed he’s more of a curry than gravy man and should probably favour golf over boxing.
On the more serious stuff, Rooney spoke about delivering team talks to his United team-mates, including the significant one he gave before his side beat Liverpool 2-1 at Anfield in March – a performance many believe was their best of the season.
He also described what it’s like playing under van Gaal and the Dutchman’s odd approach to selecting penalty kick takers.
And Rooney insisted United are one or two new signings away from mounting a Premier League title challenge next season.
You can watch Rooney’s insightful interview with Neville here:
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