LIVERPOOL, England – Sam Allardyce has confirmed that DC United has expressed his interest in Wayne Rooney, but emphasized that the striker has not asked to leave Everton.
On Thursday, Rooney, 32, announced an agreement (19659002) Allardyce said he would learn more about the situation later on Friday when Rooney would sign up for training at Finch Farm.
He spoke at a press conference Everton's final Allardyce said: "My understanding of the situation is that there seems to have been some negotiations along the line."
"But in terms of clarity, whether Wayne goes or stays, I'll find a little more today as Wayne comes to training.
"I'm not involved in anything about transfers or negotiations, all I know is that there's an interest in DC United ̵
1; where and where it is and where Wayne is, I can not do it right now Only after I have spoken to him today will I find out where the situation actually lies.
"If any players want to go, I am always satisfied with any player who wants to leave or if a player does not want to leave.
"But let's put it right, Wayne Rooney did not ask to leave, Wayne Rooney also had no confrontation with us, we were not in any difficult situation because we're two adults and we talk."