Rooney in serious DC United talks

Rooney and his kids at Goodison Park memories money can't buy

Rooney and his kids at Goodison Park memories money can't buy

The report suggests Rooney's agent, Paul Stretford, has held talks with the MLS over a potential summer move.

Sam Allardyce's arrival after Ronald Koeman's sacking has not been good for him, with Rooney rarely starting and being substituted early when he does.

Rooney departed from Old Trafford as club's all-time top goalscorer and rejoined his boyhood club Everton, where he has had a mixed range of performances despite scoring 10 goals so far this campaign.

He scored the last of his 11 goals in December and was recently told by Allardyce that he could try to find a new club if he wished as the Everton manager could not guarantee him games next season.

Rooney has been a shadow of his former self in the last two years as the brutal pace of the Premier League catches up with legs that first started in the division at the age of 16.

Wayne Rooney is in advanced talks over a transfer from Everton to DC United, claims the Washington Post.

Wayne would follow in the footsteps of younger brother John who played in America for New York Red Bulls.

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"I've not had a problem from day one with Wayne", Allardyce said.

"The Wayne Rooney saga continues on doesn't it".

"It's all very similar here".

"So I wouldn't consider anything on the cards on the moment".

But ex-Three Lions boss Allardyce is all too used to the ongoing speculation over everything Rooney, and insists the Toffees star is happy at the club.

The Birmingham Mail says Gaspar "is struggling to make an impact, having played only six times this season", and is likely to be available at the end of the season. "It would have to be massive for him to want to leave Everton".

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