Manchester United's and England's top goal scorer Wayne Rooney, is set to snub any moves away from Old Trafford at least until the end of the season. It was reported that the striker was linked with a move to the Chinese Super League with their transfer window shutting next Tuesday, but the 31-year-old is reportedly prepared to snub any offers from the Far East.

Wayne Rooney on the move?

Rooney has had an excellent career at Old Trafford after his move from boyhood club Everton way back in the summer of 2004. In those what is coming up to 13 years with the club, he has won anything that a player could hope for with a Champions League, FA Cup, two League Cups and five Premier League titles under his belt.

Rooney recently made history at the club with his record 250th goal in the 1-1 draw with Stoke City, which has proven a small high in a pretty low season for the now veteran striker. He hasn't been involved as much as many will have expected in Jose Mourinho's side, and has been stung with controversy with his antics in a hotel bar during his international break with England.

Rumours of a possible move have been rife for some time, with it been revealed that he received offers from China last summer and it was reported that he has been by several clubs from Asia since then.

It is reported that the likes of league champions Guangzhou Evergrande and Beijing Guoan are interested in making a move before the deadline shuts on Tuesday.

They are prepared to make Rooney the highest earner in world football with £750,000 a week but Rooney has reportedly snubbed those offers to remain with the Red Devils.

A move could be pushed through this summer however, with it reported that potential target Edison Cavani has refused to sign a new contract with current club Paris Saint-Germain.

Rooney doubt for EFL Cup final

The striker has failed to pull on a United shirt since the beginning of February having suffered a muscle injury, and has since returned to training with Mourinho's side.

However he was not part of the travelling for the second leg of their Europa League tie with St Etienne which United currently have a 3-0 lead in after their routine performance at Old Trafford.

It is set to be a important week in the club's season with the clash in France and then the EFL Cup final against Southampton on Sunday, but Mourinho who recently said that Chelsea are Premier League champions already, has stated his doubts of Rooney's availability for the clash at Wembley.

"I don't know - let's see," Mourinho told his Wednesday press conference. "Today was the first time Wayne trained and he did the basic things but when the session was high in intensity, he was not training."