I look at the prospect of Manchester United signing Edinson Cavani, but I'm not convinced about a move for him. I still don't see enough in him, especially at the Confederations Cup.
When you look at Diego Forlan and Luis Suarez, Uruguay can't win games without those two, but they can do without Cavani. Is he worth that level of money, around £50 million, to come to the Premier League?
Good luck to Chelsea if they land him. He doesn't seem like a must-have buy to me.
He scored 33 goals for Napoli last season, and you can't argue when somebody scores that amount of goals in Italy.
But do United need him because he is an out-and-out centre forward? I'd say not. I don't see the sense in spending such a sum when they need a central defender and two full-backs.
They may also need a figure like Thiago Alcantara. United could have two of them in the side with Shinji Kawaga, and two enforcers playing around them.
Especially at home when you have a lot of possession. Chelsea have shown what can be done with Juan Mata and Eden Hazard in the side.
United have Robin van Persie up front which really negates the need for Cavani. They still have Javier Hernandez and Danny Welbeck at the club.
He never played in the last home game of last season because Sir Alex (Ferguson) said he wasn't in the right frame of mind to play in that match.
He should have played in that match if only for the fans.
I think there is a money element to Rooney wanting to move. Perhaps his nose is out of joint because Van Persie is now the dominant figure up front.
We know he has asked to go twice over the past few years. Barcelona are being linked with him, but that is never going to happen.
They're not going to spend that level of money on Rooney. Would Arsene Wenger want Rooney at Arsenal? He has a strong opinion, and Wenger doesn't like players like that.
How would Jose Mourinho fit him in at Chelsea? I don't see that happening.
If he stays at United, he is very much on the backfoot now. He engaged his mouth before he thought what he was doing. And if he leaves United, he will be a taking a step down wherever he goes.
If he is going to be in dispute before the season starts that can't be good so the situation has to be resolved.
At Everton, David Moyes was not a man to mess with. The moment players step out of line, they are gone. Like Fergie, Moyes will stand for no rubbish.
Rooney has to realise he is no longer the big fish in a small pond at United. He probably doesn't like that status.
His agent probably wants him to move for money.
One of the problems, Sir Alex had with him was his lack of drive lately. He didn't feel like he was working as hard any more to run the channels, and keep working hard up top.
Fitness was a problem. He was struggling to play that role up top. He wasn't doing that job any more.
He now has to work hard and prove himself because a lot of people think he has reached his peak. He needs to regenerate himself.
It is up to Rooney now what happens. He needs to knuckle down because United will find a replacement for him.