Manchester United legend, 36, stood down from his post as Rams boss "with immediate effect" on Friday (June 24) after a turbulent 18 months in charge of the recently-relegated East midlands outfit. Despite a hefty 21-point deduction and struggles regarding finances, Rooney claimed plaudits for almost masterminding the greatest of great escapes.While in charge of Derby, the former Man Utd forward was the no.1 choice to succeed Sean Dyche at Burnley, but the Clarets have since opted for ex-Manchester City captain Vincent KompanyREAD MORE: 8 transfers that were never going to happen including Ronaldinho and Beckham to BlackburnNow expected to take some time out from management to assess his options, Rooney is eyeing a return to TV punditry and, according to the Sun, all the big-hitters are vying for his signature.
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