Everton's Wayne Rooney Agrees To deal In Principle to Join DC United

England's record goalscorer has reportedly been speaking with the MLS side for a number of weeks and it is said the club are positive about a deal.

That has left Rooney - along with other members of the Everton squad - in limbo as they can not get assurances from Allardyce about their future.

Wayne Rooney is one of the greatest footballers to ever play in the Premier League, but he is nearing the end of his career, and is not the player he once was.

Rooney spent over a decade with United where he won the Premier League and the Champions League before returning to his boyhood club last summer.

Everton have become tough to beat under Allardyce though some fans have been unhappy with the quality of football on display.

Allardyce spoke to the player on that occasion but insists there are no issues between them and when asked whether he wanted Rooney to stay next season the Toffees boss said: "Yes".

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Rooney returned to Everton last summer after a trophy-filled 13 years at Manchester United and initially did well, scoring seven Premier League goals by November.

Mattocks told STAR Sports that the likely arrival of Rooney, who now plays for Everton in the English Premier League, will be a major boost for the club and its players.

The Everton striker's agent, Paul Stretford, is understood to have held talks with the MLS club, with Rooney poised to join them this summer.

However the 63-year-old signed a contract that runs till June 2019 and is privately mentioned to have grown assured of remaining in cost because of the facet's newest outcomes.

Everything was going so well, but since the turn of 2018 Rooney hasn't scored or assisted a single goal.

"He can play in a few roles, he's a brilliant goalscorer, and I still think he's got a lot to give". It would have to be massive for him to want to leave Everton.

  • Ronnie Bowen