Wayne Rooney On Brink Of Joining MLS, Reports Post

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On Tuesday, Sam Allardyce addressed suggestions that Wayne Rooney would be leaving his boyhood Everton in the summer.

DC United are in "serious talks" to sign English striker Wayne Rooney during the MLS summer transfer window.

Allardyce has been the subject of terrace chants calling for his departure from Goodison Park and there has been consistent talk in the media that Moshiri is looking to bring in a Continental coach to lead the team going forward.

Allardyce also told the Echo that he wants Rooney to stay at his hometown club in Liverpool, England, instead of taking the pitch in China or the United States. "But at the moment he's an Everton player and Everton fan". "I wouldn't consider anything on the cards at the moment".

As reported by The Birmingham Mail, Wolverhampton Wanderers, who have sealed their promotion to the Premier League for next season, are "amongst the favourites" to sign Rooney.

The England worldwide wants to stay with the Toffees but will seek assurances from whoever is in charge that he is part of their plans. "It would have to be massive for him to want to leave Everton".

"But Wayne in himself on a day-to-day basis loves his football, he doesn't miss a [day of] training and he wants to play well like everyone else".

"We all have to deal with that in our own way and I think Wayne deals with it very well indeed".

If Rooney is still owed outstanding payments, this could mean that the first year of Rooney's contract at DC United will be paid for by three different clubs.

Rooney was born in Croxteth, UK on October 24, 1985.He joined the Everton youth team at nine and later made his professional debut at just 16 years old in 2002 for the club. Not only that, but he ranks second all-time in Premier League goals (208).

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