Rooney 'more or less' decided on Man United future

Jose Mourinho's side will be in the Champions League next season

GETTY Jose Mourinho's side will be in the Champions League next season

"There's lots of offers on the table, both in England and overseas, and really that's what I have to decide on", Rooney, United's all-time goals leader, said following the team's 2-0 win over Ajax in Stockholm.

With the game played in the shadow of Monday's bomb attack at a pop concert in Manchester, which left 22 dead and 64 injured, Bosz said his players were influenced by that event.

United won the EFL Cup and the Europa League in Jose Mourinho's first season in charge but the club had been expected to be involved in the chase for the Premier League title.

"I think, first of all, Manchester is a city like Glasgow, it is a working class city, we have fantastic people there and they will get together", he said.

"I still believe I could [play every game]". A victory of pragmatism, of humble people who respect opponents and try to stop their qualities and exploit their weaknesses. Based on pragmatism and humble principles.

But despite being restricted to a watching brief manager Mourinho revealed the 35-year-old had a big impact, particularly on the Friends Arena ball boys.

"We got the objective, we are back in the Champions League by winning a title, an important title".

An additional 1.5 million euros is up for grabs for each win in the Champions League group stage, while reaching the last 16 would bring an extra windfall of 16 million euros.

"Look at Tottenham, they've had a fantastic season, finished second, with no trophies to show for it".

"For all the players, this was the first final", he said. "We played intelligently, we did it in a comfortable way".

"They're not used to playing a final, these young kids. It was all new for them". They will learn a lot from it and become stronger. But in a bad season. we won three trophies. "But if we could, we'd change the peoples' lives for this cup".

"We wouldn't think twice".

Manchester United will be hoping to use the lure of Champions League football to attract some of world football's top players to Old Trafford this summer.

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