Allardyce claims 'massive offer' needed for Rooney to leave Everton

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Everton manager Sam Allardyce believes Wayne Rooney's future will be decided by Wednesday.

Speculation surrounding Moyes and Allardyce has grown in recent days despite the managers securing survival for West Ham and Everton respectively, after their mid-season arrivals.

"Go and see what he (Allardyce) was doing when he was 40 years old, or see what he was doing in his first seven seasons as a coach".

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As was revealed last week, Rooney is on the verge of joining MLS side DC United in a deal worth around £12.5 million.

"The season has finished, I'm going to have a meeting with (owner) Farhad (Moshiri) this week and then I'm going on my holidays".

"Contract for next year. Confident? I can't quite say confident after all the rumours I'm reading in the paper", Allardyce said after a 3-1 defeat. "Generally there's no smoke without fire".

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Two months later, after a downturn in results, Silva was sacked by Watford, who released a statement saying that an "unwarranted approach by a Premier League rival" had effectively destabilised the 40-year-old and, as a outcome, their season. Then those fans enjoy their football a little bit more than they are at the moment. "I think there's only three who haven't had any stick - Jurgen Klopp, Sean Dyche and Pep Guardiola - the rest of us have had it when it's our turn".

Allardyce appeared on Sky Sports News on Monday evening to discuss the season and he received a very, very warm welcome from host Jim White.

"They have always been a club that get behind their players and their manager."
"We got ourselves away from trouble after it looked at one point like we were in a fight".

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Criticised for negative tactics, a lack of attacking adventure and goals, and some heavy defeats to teams in the top six, Allardyce failed to win over Blues fans and was the subject of increasingly vocal chants from the stands calling for his dismissal over the final weeks of the season.

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