He’s off: Everton regret Wayne Rooney’s Man United move
Wayne Rooney’s Man United to Everton ‘gamble’ backfires
According to the Mirror on Sunday, Wayne Rooney could be on the move again this summer.
Rooney made an emotion return to Everton from Man United 12 months ago.
And Rooney started his second stint at Goodison Park in fine goalscoring form.
Indeed, he remains Everton’s top goalscorer in the Premier League this season with 10 goals in 31 appearances.
Rooney, who is 32 and under contract with Everton until 2019, has scored 11 goals and chipped in with three assists in 39 matches in all competitions.
Yet, the Mirror tell their readers that Rooney is up for sale again the summer.
Where will Wayne Rooney go?
Interestingly the Mirror fail to note a single possible destination for Rooney if he leaves Everton this summer.
Could Rooney head to the MLS or Asia for a final chapter in his career?
Summing up how Everton view Rooney’s season, readers are told the following:
Everton will listen to offers for Wayne Rooney as part of a shock summer revolution which could also lead to the departures of manager Sam Allardyce and chairman Bill Kenwright.
It was theatre impresario Kenwright who brought Rooney back to the club from Manchester United last summer.
But the gamble has misfired, with the Everton coaching staff believing that, despite the player’s commitment, Rooney’s impact at the age of 32 has not fulfilled expectations.
But there’s more.
The Mirror also tout the suggestion that Sam Allardyce and Bill Kenwright could also leave Goodison Park in the summer.
When it comes to suggesting who Everton’s manager may be at the start of the season, three names are forwarded: Shakhtar Donetsk’s Paulo Fonseca, Marco Silva and Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe.
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Huddersfield Town 0 – Everton 2
Are Huddersfield going down?
The Terriers suffered another blow to their survival hopes on Saturday as they lost 2-0 at the John Smith Stadium.
Cenk Tosun scored the opener for the Toffees in the first half. Idrissa Gana Gueye sealed the win 13 minutes from time.
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April 29, 2018 at 12:43AM