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Everton manager Sam Allardyce is unsure as to what the future holds for Wayne Rooney.
Reports on Thursday claimed the former England captain has already agreed a deal with Major League Soccer side DC United.
However it is claimed he has not yet decided whether he will leave Everton as he is waiting for the uncertainty over Allardyce's position to be resolved.
"My understanding is there seems to have been some negotiation along the line but as for clarity as to whether Wayne is staying or going we'll see later on," Allardyce said.
"I don't get involved in transfers but there seems to be an interest from DC United. Only when I speak to him today I'll find out where the situation lies.
"I'm comfortable with any player who wants to leave but let's get this clear, Wayne Rooney hasn't asked to leave."
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Wayne Rooney chose the pressure of returning to Everton over a massive pay day in China.
The former England captain was linked with a move to the Far East in the final months of his Manchester United career, but eventually decided on an emotional homecoming at his boyhood club 13 years after leaving.
Rooney told BBC's Football Focus he decided against seeing out his career "earning a lot of money" overseas.
"That's not me, I need those goals, I need that pressure. That desire to play would have been lost if I'd chosen that other option," he said.
"I knew that coming back to Everton was more pressure - that's what I wanted.
"I wanted to prove myself again to the Everton fans and to try to help this club move forward and win silverware.
"I think it was the perfect fit for me and hopefully in the next two or three years we can do that."
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