To sign Rooney would represent a coup for Everton.
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Wayne Rooney's footballing future should become clearer within the next 48 hours as Manchester United prepare to fly to Los Angeles for a preseason tour in the United States.Where former goalscorers like Teddy Sheringham played in the Premier League until past his 40th birthday, and Jermaine Defoe last week joined Bournemouth at the age of 35, Rooney is a different type of striker.For now Everton, and Koeman, have parked any reservations and see the value in at least talking about signing their former striker, and Wednesday Rooney's agent Paul Stretford was photographed leaving their London offices.To sign Rooney, who remains the record goalscorer for United and England, would certainly represent a coup and add a touch of showbiz to a club that has remained in the footlights outside the top six for the past decade.
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