Wayne Rooney waiting on result of talks over Sam Allardyce's Everton future

Wayne Rooney waiting on result of talks over Sam Allardyce's Everton future

Wayne Rooney waiting on result of talks over Sam Allardyce's Everton future

The 32-year-old striker, England and Manchester United's greatest goal scorer, is said to be considering the Washington-based club if he decides to leave Everton for a second time.

"My understanding of the situation is there seems to have been some negotiation somewhere along the line". Wayne Rooney has not asked to leave and neither has Wayne Rooney had a confrontation with me. Sky Sports have reported on Saturday that the former England captain has already said his goodbyes to teammates at Everton's Finch Farm training ground has he prepares to bring the curtain down on his second spell on Merseyside and make the move to the MLS.

"Only when I speak to him later today will I find out where the situation lies".

"If the player wants to go - if any player wants to leave - then I'm comfortable with that", Allardyce said ahead of their final match on Sunday against West Ham United, as quoted on BBC Sport.

Sam Allardyce expects to hold talks with Farhad Moshiri next week, when he will discover whether he is to continue as Everton manager.

"He's (Rooney's) had a hard time since last summer but we've all come through that, Wayne included".

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Although Rooney remains Everton's leading goal-getter this season with 11, he last scored in December. "He isn't anxious about the money, he just wants to play football".

Allardyce clarified that his stance on players who wish to move did not apply only to Rooney.

"How can anyone be guaranteed playing time next season?" asked Allardyce.

"Wayne is a special player but if any player wants to leave they can, in my opinion. He's never got carried away and that's why he's played so well and achieved so much".

"You're talking about a Southampton or Huddersfield; the type of teams that are struggling right now". I have a one-year contract.

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