Manchester United legend Gary Neville has revealed the best striker he played with during his career as a professional footballer. Gary Neville was a one-club footballer as he played for Manchester United for the entire duration of his career. The ex-Manchester United right-back disclosed the best striker he played with on Sky Sports. According to him, Wayne Rooney is the best striker that he played with while he was still a footballer.
Wayne Rooney and Gary Neville played together for the England national team and Manchester United. Wayne Rooney is the newly appointed permanent manager at Derby County.
Wayne Rooney was a player at Derby County before he became the interim manager at the English Championship outfit. The ex-Manchester United striker has been upgraded to a permanent manager at the club after he impressed while he was the interim manager with the Rams. The immediate target for Wayne Rooney at Derby County is to steer the club away from the relegation zone in the English Championship, the second tier of English football. His tenure as the permanent Derby County manager began with the 1-0 loss to fellow relegation barriers Rotherham United at the weekend.
Gary Neville has opted for Wayne Rooney ahead of eight other options as the best striker that he played with while he was still a professional footballer. The ex-Manchester United skipper chose Wayne Rooney ahead of others like Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, Teddy Sheringham, Eric Cantona, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Mark Hughes, Carlos Tevez and DmitarBerbatov.Rooney, 35, played for clubs like Everton, Manchester United, D.C.
United and Derby County as pointed out earlier. It was at Manchester United that he became one of the best players in the world. He’s the all-time goalscorer for both the England national team and Manchester United. Wayne Rooney scored 253 goals in 559 games for the Red Devils.