Wayne Rooney OUT of England squad for games against Scotland and France

first_imgWayne Rooney will not be part of the England squad for the internationals against Scotland and France in June.The Manchester United striker is his country’s record goalscorer, having netted 53 times in 119 appearances for the Three Lions.But it appears as though his international career could be now be over.He was left out of Gareth Southgate’s squad for the games against Germany and Lithuania earlier this year.And Southgate has decided to snub Rooney once more for next month’s internationals, talkSPORT has learned.The England boss will name his squad on Thursday for the World Cup qualifier Scotland at Hampden Park on June 10 and the friendly against France in Paris three days later.He has decided he has better options in attack than Rooney, including the 31-year-old’s United teammate Marcus Rashford.Rooney has become a peripheral figure at United under Jose Mourinho.He has made just 15 Premier League starts this season, scoring five goals, and is set to leave Old Trafford in the summer.He is expected to be named on the bench for United’s Europa League final against Ajax on Wednesday night – a game you can listen to LIVE on talkSPORT. 1 Wayne Rooney is facing the end of his England career last_img

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