Wayne Rooney only fourth in list of MLS shirt sales… can you guess the top three?
DC UNITED star Wayne Rooney has been named fourth on the list of the highest shirt sales in the MLS this season.
The 32-year-old has been a huge success in America since joining in the summer - netting an astounding 12 goals in 19 games.
His goalscoring exploits have helped Ben Olsen's side reach the play-offs, a remarkable achievement considering his side sat bottom of the table upon his arrival.
He netted a double in the recent 3-1 win against New York City FC, where he has set his sights on a first MLS cup win for DC since 2004.
But Rooney has found himself trumped by ex-Manchester United team-mate Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the MLS shirt sales.
The Swedish striker is top of the pile of sales, with the LA Galaxy ace taking to football in America seamlessly.
Ibrahimovic, 37, has banged in 22 times in 26 goals, and recently took his tally of career goals to over 500.
He sits just above former Arsenal ace Carlos Vela in second spot, with the LAFC forward impressing for Bob Bradley's men.
The Mexican international has chipped in with 13 goals and 10 assists, with the club sitting second in the Western Conference.
Atalanta striker Josef Martinez is third on the list, with his team-mate and Gunners target Miguel Almiron in fifth.
German legend Bastian Schweinsteiger is in sixth, with David Villa, Sebastian Giovinco, Clint Dempsey and Ezequiel Barco completing the top ten.
Sporting Kansas City defender Graham Zusi - 21st in the rankings - is the only player to feature who has appeared on the list for the last five years running.