Rooney in serious DC United talks

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The 32-year-old forward on Wednesday told members of the Goodison Park hierarchy that he was ready to accept an offer that can be officially confirmed when the MLS transfer window opens on July 10.

Rooney has been unhappy recently with his playing time in with Everton with the former England worldwide expressing his dissatisfaction when he was substituted by manager, Sam Allardyce in their game against Liverpool.

Reports from the Washington Post claim DC United officials are confident of getting a deal done to make Rooney one of their "designated players".

The 32-year-old is known to be frustrated after a hard season in which he has often been substituted playing in an Everton side who have badly underperformed.

"There have been rumours about Wayne going overseas, China or America".

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Manchester United and the English National Team's all-time leading goalscorer Wayne Rooney looks set to follow the trend of aging European stars heading to Major League Soccer with a transfer to D.C. United.

Rooney has appeared frustrated with an increasingly peripheral role at Everton, having made a bright start to his second spell at the club by scoring 11 goals before Christmas.

Rooney exploded onto the Premier League scene back in 2002, scoring that sensational goal against Arsenal, before becoming the worlds most expensive teenager two years later when Sir Alex Ferguson snapped up the 18-year-old for £25 million deal.

"Yes, not just me, but every player, because he brings loads of experience, so we can all learn from him", he said.

Rooney may find himself increasingly sidelined next season if he stays at Everton, which could prove a factor in any decisions regarding his future.