Kans Roney Back To Everton
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney could return to the club that raised his name, Everton, in the transfer market this summer.
It was revealed from a number of news in the UK. The BBC reports that there has been talks between Everton’s side and Rooney’s agent.
Everton chairman, Bill Kenwright, was reported to have met Rooney’s agent, Paul Stretford, in London on Wednesday (5/7/2017). This meeting is believed to reinforce the possibility of Rooney will return to Goodison Park, Everton headquarters.
Mirror even released a number of photographs that convince that there has been a meeting between the stronghold of Everton and Rooney party. The media successfully capture the presence of Stretford in Kenwright’s office.
Nevertheless, the BBC believes that no agreement has been made between Kenwright and Stretford about Rooney’s future. Therefore, a number of other clubs are also interested 31-year-old player.
Rooney’s future at Manchester United is still a question mark. The England captain is no longer the top choice of coach Jose Mourinho.
Last season, Rooney only appeared in 15 Premier League matches as a major player. It has made it a transfer object in recent months.
“Of course I want to stay at the club that I defended for 13 years,” Rooney said when interviewed about his future, last May.
“However, I also want to play,” he said again.
The Toffees – Everton’s nickname – also have a passion for bringing Rooney back to Goodison Park. It was said by Technical Director Steve Walsh in February.
“It is a mistake to ignore the potential to bring him, the top scorer in Manchester United’s history,” Walsh said.
Everton is Rooney’s first professional club. He strengthened the club before joining Manchester United in August 2004 for a transfer fee of £ 24 million.
Manchester United itself will start a preseason training on Saturday (8/7/2017). After that, Jose Mourinho’s forces will tour the United States and play five friendly matches.