Rooney agrees 'deal in principle' to move to MLS, say reports

Rooney agrees 'deal in principle' to move to MLS, say reports

Reports suggest a £12.5million deal has been agreed for the Everton player who looks set to leave his boyhood club just 12 months after rejoining them from Manchester United last summer.

Hopes were high for the former England captain's second coming at Everton when he moved from Manchester United last summer, but despite and initial burst of goals, they have since dried up.

Rooney, now at Everton, had been linked with a move to United for the last few days, and this is a potential move that could boost D.C. United, a club that has struggled in recent seasons and is set to move into a brand new stadium later this month.

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The high point of Everton's campaign has arguably been the goal that completed his hat-trick in their 4-0 win against West Ham United in November, driven with flawless technique and timing from inside his own half, the unfortunate Hart once more the goalkeeping victim. Nonetheless exclusively 32, Premier League golf equipment would additionally inevitably be serious about United's all-time file goalscorer.

Rooney still has the talent to perform, and would likely help to bring in more fans to the team's brand-new stadium this season.

Allardyce is said to be open to the idea of selling Rooney after indicating he will not be able to give him regular game time next season.

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But there's a problem with his proposed contract - and a big one at that.

Rooney re-joined Everton in July 2017 and is halfway through a two-year deal. When Wayne Rooney comes off it is all: "Why did he come off?" Allardyce asked. "Yes. There are rumours about Wayne going overseas - in China and America - but at the moment he is an Everton player and an Everton fan".

"I wouldn't consider anything on the cards on the moment", Allardyce said of Rooney.

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"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".

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