Rooney: I’m not eligible to be in the final
Wayne Rooney recently admitted that he had questioned whether he is worth lifting the League Cup trophy and the Europa League, after he continues rumored to be leaving since November 2016 ago.
Everton himself managed to repatriate Rooney to Goodison Park last night with a two-year contract, as well as end the career of the captain for 13 years at Old Trafford.
Rooney left United as the club’s all-time top scorer, and has won five Premier League and Champions League trophies.
The striker last time lifted the trophy after United’s win over Ajax in the Europa League final, but the striker said he knew he would leave the club after celebrating the trophy, after last season only down 15 times as a starter.
“It all makes me frustrated. The hardest thing is to lift two trophies, Europa League and League Cup. You feel unworthy, because you are not part of the game. It’s hard to do, usually you feel happy, because it has won, but not like that, “said Rooney told local media.
“It feels frustrated when you are not playing. Those who play undergo two days of recovery, while those who are not on the bench and not in the squad train together, so you are not really training in the first team. “He said.