Wayne Rooney: Birmingham City manager dismisses wage rumors as ‘a piece of crap’ Arch.

Wayne Rooney, the new manager of Birmingham City, has dismissed speculations about his alleged wage as “a load of rubbish” as he prepares for his first game in command.

Rooney, who turns 38 next Monday, is said to make £1.5 million per year, which is three times more than his predecessor, John Eustace.

On Saturday, Rooney will make his Blues debut against ex-teammate Michael Carrick and his Middlesbrough side.

“There’s a lot of stuff, especially since it’s me,” he said on BBC Radio WM.

“I see what you’re saying. There are a lot of rumors going around, but to be honest, most of them are false.

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“As I said last week, I came here because I really like the project,” Birmingham City manager Wayne Rooney said.

“I’ve turned down jobs that would have paid significantly more, but I’ve come here because I want to succeed.” And I’d like to see this club return to the Premier League.

“But, as for some of the rumours, I just don’t get involved with it.”

Rooney smiled wryly as he realized his first game will be against Carrick, with whom he had played more than any other Manchester United player during their time at Old Trafford.

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