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Topic - David Luiz
Rooney indicated before the end of last season to then-manager Alex Ferguson that he wanted to leave United after nine years, unhappy at losing his starting place up front.
Chelsea's ambitious bid to sign striker Wayne Rooney from Manchester United was rejected by the Premier League champions.
The Associated Press is following events in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday. The Confederations Cup final between Spain and Brazil kicks off at 7 p.m. local time (2200 GMT). Follow this live feed for updates:
The historic wave of protests that has swept across Brazil in recent days has gained some important allies _ the players of the Brazilian national football team.
Fernando Torres was sold from Liverpool to Chelsea on Monday for a British record transfer fee, said to be 50 million pounds ($79.5 million).
Brazil's David Luiz acknowledges his fans before a training session at Seoul World Cup Stadium in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, Oct. 11, 2013.
"The people have the right to express their opinions and to protest when they are not happy with what is happening in their country. That's the only way to call attention to what is wrong," said Brazil defender David Luiz, who plays for Chelsea in England. "I don't live in Brazil, but I love my country. The Brazilians love their country and that's why these protests are happening."