Everton manager Sam Allardyce confirmed "there have been some negotiations" with respect to Wayne Rooney's future at the club, as the former Manchester United man reportedly closes in on a move to MLS side DC United.
Everton boss Sam Allardyce said on Friday that he thought there had been some discussions between the player and DC, although he insisted Rooney had not asked for a transfer.
'But let's put it right, Wayne Rooney has not asked to leave.
"I don't get involved in transfers or negotiations".
It is thought Rooney, 32, is willing to leave his boyhood club Everton, one season after returning to the club.
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'Sure we are able to all play higher, we are able to all do extra, however on the finish of the day what they've finished has been superb certainly. All I know is that there appears to be an interest from D.C. United - where that is and where that lies and where Wayne lies with it, I can't tell you at the moment.
A number of MLS franchises held talks with Rooney's agent Paul Stretford more than a year ago before England's top goalscorer returned to Goodison Park from Manchester United. Only when I speak to him today I'll find out where the situation lies.
"Wayne's been a great player and probably one of the best players to grace the last era of football", said Moyes.
He would not be the first to do so - David Beckham, Landon Donovan, Thierry Henry [VIDEO] and Liam Ridgewell are just a few who have used the winter break to play overseas on-loan. They've not won back-to-back top-flight away games since September 2016. Until someone tells me I'm no longer wanted then I have a contract.
"Wayne is so level-headed", Allardyce added. That's it. Next season is already planned.
"The team leave this afternoon to make the trip down to London".