Rooney may snub MLS move if Allardyce leaves Everton

Sam Allardyce hopes Wayne Rooney will stay at Everton

Sam Allardyce hopes Wayne Rooney will stay at Everton

Everton manager Sam Allardyce has claimed that Wayne Rooney has not asked to leave Goodison Park this summer despite all the speculation.

Allardyce is already said to have told Moshiri that Rooney does not figure in his plans next season, but there are reportedly figures in the Everton boardroom who want to keep the fan favourite.

And Rooney's former manager Mourinho has praised the striker ahead of his expected move this summer. "Then he goes to Manchester United and has the incredible career he had".

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Allardyce admits that negotiations could have taken place between DC United and Rooney, but indicated that there is nothing final about the forward leaving Everton at the end of the season.

Rooney's former England team-mates Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard both headed to MLS in the latter stages of their career, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Patrick Vieira both working in the league now. I think his career in England was ideal.

"Now he goes to MLS and there have been some iconic players in that league".

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But the 13-year vet seemed to save his best for the fourth quarter, where he scored 20 points while playing the entire 12 minutes. For the Pelicans , Davis led the way with a monster double-double of 34 points and 19 rebounds to go along with four blocks.

He also won five Premier League titles and the Champions League.

The England and Manchester United all time leading record goalscorer has been linked with a move to American side DC United this summer, after his fairytale return to Goodison Park hasn't quite worked out as planned.

Widespread reports in the UK have indicated that Rooney is in advanced talks with U.S. outfit DC United over a proposed Sh11.2bn (£12million) switch this summer.

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A report in the Washington Post this week said there have been serious talks between Rooney and DC United, with a transfer fee of around £12million suggested.

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