In addition to building a $400 million new stadium and wooing potential new owners, D.C. United is putting moves on the future by signing the hard-ridden English star to a three-and-a-half-year deal. His new club are struggling in the Eastern Conference but his ambition is to be successful in MLS. "It was the right time for me". The one-time captain dismissed as "unfair" questions about if he would be disappointed if England became world champions after the end of his worldwide career.
Rooney left Manchester United after 13 years in 2017 to rejoin Everton but Ronald Koeman, who brought the veteran to Goodison Park, was sacked midway through a disappointing campaign on Merseyside.
"I'm not here to see out the last few years of my career, I'm here to compete, I'm here to win and that's the way I've always played and will always play", he said at his unveiling. "That's the way I've always played". That's on my first day. I have always set high targets. "The league has gotten better, and I think the club has realized that". The club has got great history.
"I think the league has certainly improved over the last five years", he told Fox.
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"We need to improve".
He then said of his departure from Everton: "I was grateful and delighted to go back there last summer".
Wayne Rooney has made it clear the decision to leave Everton was not down to him and insisted he has not gone to America to retire. 'I'm sure there are questions about why I left and the people who want to know can ask Everton and let them answer'. "I'll embrace it and look forward to doing that".
"I'm sure there are more players coming; hopefully that's the case, anyway", Rooney said. We want to keep trying to build the team. I've never fancied moving to London. "I think maybe with a little bit of guidance, a little bit of help on and off the pitch, I can help them".