Rooney 'hasn't asked to leave', says Allardyce

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Rooney has reportedly agreed a deal in principle to join MLS outfit DC United in the coming months but there is still no clarity on whether he is sure to leave Everton.

Allardyce is aware there appears to have been talks between Rooney's representatives and the Major League Soccer side but said Rooney had not yet asked to leave.

'I don't get involved in anything regarding transfers or negotiations.

United officials said they will not comment on the Rooney matter.

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The Englishman is the club's top scorer this season, but his last goal came in December.

The Toffees confirmed on Friday that the 32-year-old has failed to recover from a knee injury, ruling him out of this weekend's Premier League clash with West Ham and thus ending his season prematurely.

Moshiri seems to have accepted the direction of his current manager, which is why he gave the player permission to speak to clubs.

In recent talks with Moshiri, veteran boss Big Sam laid out his plans for next season - and he doesn't see Rooney figuring in the first team.

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"We've not been in any hard situation in the time since I've been here because we're two adults and we talk". "It's up to the player to put their game together on a consistent basis every week and keep their place in the team". In MLS, you always have some iconic players who are going to end their career there.

"I really enjoyed him at Everton - he was really young then - I really enjoyed him at Manchester United, he helped me a lot then".

"I have a contract".

The Blues are set for another summer of turnover with Allardyce's own future at the club unclear and Rooney is said to be on the transfer chopping block regardless of the club's own managerial future.

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"Lampard, [Patrick] Vieira. now you have Zlatan [Ibrahimovic], you have Wayne, so I hope he enjoys [it]", Mourinho said.

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