Wayne Rooney's Manchester United future is in doubt after sources told ESPN FC that Jose Mourinho is open to selling him.
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Koeman said Sunday that "Rooney is very welcome at Everton" and that his club "can hope" to sign the striker, who is now out of favor at Manchester United.
The England captain has been linked with a move to Los Angeles Galaxy to link up with fellow Merseysider Steven Gerrard but Koeman would relish the opportunity to bring him back to his boyhood club.
Also clarifying Chris Smalling's fitness in the same segment of his press conference, Mourinho will have provided some relief and some agony for the divided Manchester United fans when it comes to Rooney's position at the club.
Wayne Rooney has not started a league game for United since facing Watford on September 18 and missed last weekend's rout by Chelsea with injury.
Jagielka agrees that if Rooney were Italian or Spanish he would be hailed as a hero forever.
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Clubs in China may be the only teams in the world willing to match or even eclipse the salary he commands at Old Trafford, and he would be a significant coup for the league in the same way Beckham was for the MLS.
Graeme Souness has told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, which was broadcast on 31st October, that Wayne Rooney should move overseas, rather than to Everton. "I know he's the type of player I need and I know he can play at the top level", Mourinho said of the forward, who just turned 31.
"Wayne has got a long contract at Man United".
Rooney has struggled to find his form this season and has been left out of the United starting lineup by manager Jose Mourinho in recent weeks. He's my captain. He is the team captain.
But on Friday, Mourinho insisted Rooney is staying put.
And the Toffees manager replied: "First of all, I think it is a great player, and he has still not finished his career".
Rooney has notched 246 goals for United during his career and is the record goalscorer for England - so he's certainly more than capable of improving his side's goal tally.