Director of football Steve Walsh has described a potential return to Everton for Wayne Rooney as "euphoric". Despite recently rejecting lucrative interest from China in order to stay at Manchester United, the England captain is widely expected to depart Old Trafford this summer having been limited to a peripheral role under Jose Mourinho. Speculation regarding a money-spinning move to the Far East that would likely see Rooney, who last month replaced Sir Bobby Charlton as United's all-time leading scorer, become the world's highest-paid player will inevitably resurface as the months tick down towards the opening of the summer transfer window.
Duncan Ferguson is about to be passed by Romelu Lukaku on top of the list of Everton’s top scorers in the Premier League, but he couldn’t be happier about it. In an interview today with Vinny O’Connor as part of Sky Sports’ Everton Day, he spoke about his passion for his current role at first team coach, and his aspirations. When asked about eventually taking the reins as the manager at Everton - "I think one day that will be a progression but I'm happy with what I'm doing at the moment. It's a fantastic job and I'm at the best club in the world. "That's the future, isn't it. It's a dream. Everyone dreams about being Everton manager. I'm no different from anyone else but, of course, we've got
Harry Kane is targeting his second consecutive Golden Boot after drawing level with Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku on Sunday. Kane scored his second hat-trick in a week on Sunday and said afterwards that he feels in the form of his life. “Of course as a striker you always want to win that,” Kane said.