BREAKING NEWS: New owners may have Dyche replacement ready as manager misses training amid Everton move

According to the Washington Post, Everton manager target Wayne Rooney did not attend DC United’s training session on Friday, October 6.

The American daily said on its website that there are uncertainties about his comeback next season.

United’s game against New York City on Saturday is the regular season finale, and Rooney is said to have had a disagreement with the capital club.

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Former Eurosport journalist Dean Jones predicted in September that the Toffees would be first in line to offer the former Manchester United striker a homecoming to Goodison Park.
Rooney’s name has been tossed into the hat on multiple occasions, and it appears like it will happen this time.

Sean Dyche has had a miserable start to the season, and a loss to Bournemouth on Saturday may be the final nail in the coffin.

777 Partners is trying to finalize a takeover and will want a new start and someone who isn’t already losing fan support.
The fans were singing Dyche’s praises when he kept them up, but if they continue to play like relegation prospects, things will quickly turn sour.

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Because Rooney is in the US, 777, a Miami-based firm, may set up meetings with him there.

He will not be a difficult name to sell to the supporters, and he has shown that he can perform against the odds with Derby County.

It remains to be seen whether Rooney will be the new owners’ first option, although he may be the most logical, at least until the end of the season.


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