Wayne Rooney’s future with Manchester United next summer remains an interesting subject to discuss as despite staying put for this current season, next summer might be a different patch for the England international skipper.
Not getting enough playing time this season, Rooney could finally decide to move on next season and should that happen, a return to Everton seems like an option.
That probability occurred right after The Toffees current boss, Ronald Koeman, stated in an interview that even in his current age, Rooney can still be someone who can improve Everton.
Koeman believes that the 31-year-old still have at least two – three years of playing high level football in top league, such as the Premier League.
Nevertheless, the Dutch tactician didn’t confirm on whether his team will be making any significant offer for Rooney in the summer.
Still, there’s certainly an indication that it’s a possibility since Koeman did say that Everton are always keen on getting anyone who can help them becoming a better side.
An interesting statement indeed for the former Southampton boss as he pretty much hinted the possibility of The Toffees opening their door for Rooney’s return.
Something that couple years back might be considered unthinkable, notably due to the veteran striker’s status as an important figure at Man United.