"The door is open every time for him". The list is not so big.
Marcel Brands, Everton's new director of football, said he hopes Rooney would return to Everton in a coaching role in the future, even if he does leave for D.C. this summer.
Marco Silva's attacking philosophy was a key reason to him being hired as the new Everton manager.
Brands said: 'There is a possibility he will leave. It's important to respect our squad and players.
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A second round of mediation between the two Premier League clubs is scheduled for next month with Watford demanding substantial damages from Everton for their interest in Silva when he was their head coach. "I like to see competition between players every day".
'We will do everything we can to improve.
Allardyce guided the Toffees to an eighth-place finish but was criticised by sections of the fanbase for a style of play which meant Everton had the lowest number of shots on goal in the league during his time in charge.
Now, Silva has told Sky Sports that whilst he will assess the options at his disposal already, he has "big names" in mind for moves to Merseyside - and in an exciting first statement of intent, he suggest that the next few days will see more and more names come to the fore as Everton targets. The club have shown how big the project is.
"First, the only thing important is for our fans to be proud of the team". There is a fantastic atmosphere here, they push the team. "We have enjoyed having managers here for long periods in the past - it gives us solidity and I believe we can move forward in the years to come".