For nearly a period, Everton has been without a manager.
Everton dismissed Rafael Benitez after their defeat to Norwich City previously this month.
Manchester United superstar Wayne Rooney has seemingly deflected the chance to speak to Everton about the charge as manager. The Toffees are searching for a new head after they dismissed Rafa Benitez earlier this month and had been advised to make a move for Rooney.
Several names have been connected with the vacant position, but it is still fuzzy who will be taking over the hot seat at Goodison Park as the Spaniard’s replacement.
Wayne Rooney has been highly connected with the job over the previous two weeks, and the Derby County boss has now talked about the rumors.
In a press conference, Rooney confessed to rejecting an interview with his ex-club.
Wayne Mark Rooney [English football manager and former player] said: “Everton talked to my assistant and asked me to interview for the vacant job, which I rejected.
“I have faith I will be a Premier League manager. I am confident I’m prepared for that, 100%. And if that is with Everton one day in the coming time, that would be perfectly marvelous. But I’ve got a job here that I’m doing at Derby County, which is essential.
“They contacted with my agent, my agent let the administors understand as well, and affirmative positively it absolutely was a troublesome decision on behalf of me [to reject it].”
Rooney has raised his recent club to eight conquered, and 11 draws this season and has been glorified for his job under challenging situations in the East Midlands.
Rooney has inspired at Pride Park this season and has helped lift the pound off the foot of the Championship table, despite achieving a total 21 point reduction.
The side had been the lowest part of the table for most of the season but has now changed to 23rd after leaping strived Barnsley.
If it weren’t for their points punishment, Derby would be 15th in the Championship table.
Rooney started playing at Everton after associating with the club as a nine-year-old.
At the age of 16, he made his first-team debut as he was named in the starting line-up for the Toffees’ Premier League collision with Tottenham on the first day of the 2002/03 season.
Rooney enjoyed a flourishing career at the highest of the sport as he won 5 Premier League titles, Sir Alex Ferguson, throughout his time with United.
The ex-Everton starlet has displayed his honesty to the Midlands club, and the Toffees will have to proceed with their hunt for a new manager.
Who Else Has Been Connected With The Everton Job?
After being out of task since his exit from Chelsea the previous year, Frank Lampard is currently most-liked to become the future Everton boss.
Duncan Ferguson has conjointly been thought of to maneuver forward become the club’s stable manager.
Elsewhere, former Fenerbahce boss Vitor Pereira and ex-Monaco manager Niko Kovac have conjointly also connected.
Toffees fans protested against Pereira’s potential arrival, showing their emotions through graffiti on a wall at Goodison Park that read: ‘PEREIRA OUT LAMPARD IN.’