Rooney’s spat with MUFC club manager Sir Alex Ferguson has been heavily covered in the media and followed revelations that broke in September about the star’s alleged liaison with a prostitute.
Rooney has signed a new five year contract to stay at Manchester United until at least June 2015.
Ferguson says: “It’s been a difficult week, but the intensity of the coverage is what we expect at Manchester United. I said to the boy that the door is always open and I’m delighted Wayne has agreed to stay.
“Sometimes, when you’re in a club, it can be hard to realise just how big it is and it takes something like the events of the last few days to make you understand. I think Wayne now understands what a great club Manchester United is.”
Coca-Cola Great Britain & Ireland dropped Rooney from a Coke Zero campaign following the sex allegations.
Rooney is thought to earn about £600,000 a year from his deal with Coca-Cola.
He fronts a television show “Street Striker” on Sky where he helps amateur footballers develop their football skills.
The footballer is said to earn about £7.3m per year from endorsements including Nike and EA Sports as well as Coca-Cola.
MUFC has a £20m shirt sponsorship deal with Aon and the club reported a record revenue last year.