Wayne Rooney, one of the greatest players in the history of Manchester United, has announced his retirement from a stellar playing career and has decided to shift focus to the management aspect of the game instead.
The former United player is the club's greatest-ever scorer and currently holds the record of the most goals scored in the Red Devils history with 253 goals. Although he still had playing careers at Everton, DC United, and Derby County, he would be most remembered as a former Manchester United player without any doubt because of his contributions during a glorious career at Old Trafford.

Another reason is that he spent most of his career at United. He represented the Red Devils and donned their famous red shirt for 13 years and made 559 first-team appearances for the club in the process. Most of those years were spent playing for legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson and of course, there were victories and successes talking about trophies won.

He also took to the pitch alongside a lot of great players with whom he shared a dressing room. In fact, a lot of the players he shared a dressing room with went on to become some of the best players the Premier League has ever seen.
Alongside these players, Rooney won one Champions League title, five Premier League titles, one FIFA Club World Cup title, three League Cups, and the FA Cup.
So it was a tough task to ask Rooney to name his all-time XI at United given the number of great players he played with. However, he was still able to come up with an XI.
Wayne Rooney's All-time XI
GK: Edwin van der Sar
Defenders: Neville, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra
Midfielders: Scholes, Carrick
Wingers: Giggs, Ronaldo
Strikers: Rooney, Tevez.