Published: Thu, May 10, 2018
Sport | By Victor Mcdonald

Wayne Rooney closing in on stunning deal with another club

Wayne Rooney closing in on stunning deal with another club

The former England captain left Everton as an 18-year-old for Manchester United but returned after 13 years at Old Trafford last summer.

Everton star Wayne Rooney could leave the club after just one season after opening "serious" talks with MLS side DC United.

It is also claimed Rooney's agent, Paul Stretford, has travelled to the USA capital to negotiate a contract to make Rooney America's next big-name import.

"There's a huge amount of players at the club already and one of the greatest challenges will be what players are going to leave", Allardyce told radio station TalkSport. "Yes", said Allardyce. "There are rumours about Wayne going overseas - in China and America - but at the moment he is an Everton player and an Everton fan".

Rooney has scored 10 goals and registered two assists in 31 league games this season. Wolves are keen to bolster their squad ahead of their return to the top flight, and Rooney - a five time Premier League victor - could add valuable experience.

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The club was established as part of the launch of Major League Soccer in the United States prior to the start of the country's hosting of the 1994 World Cup.

"We have 14 players out on loan and we have a squad of about 38".

In 2005, the club became the first USA -based team to compete in the Copa Sudamericana and later became the first MLS team to win the Supporters' Shield in back-to-back seasons in 2006 and 2007 thanks to posting the best record both years.

"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". With a sparkling new stadium set to open up in mid-July, they'll need the kind of spark a big-name player like Rooney can bring to help fill those seats week to week.

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