An article in The Mirror claims that Everton will listen to offers for Wayne Rooney in a summer clearout which could also see Sam Allardyce and Bill Kenwright leave the club.
Majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri has been shaken by a season of struggle after splashing out almost £200 million in the two transfer windows and wants big changethe
Also, the agreement reached when Moshiri bought into the club – that former owner Kenwright stay on as chairman – runs out in August. That could lead to Kenwright leaving or having his role at the club substantially reduced.
And Allardyce's role as manager is under review fewer than 5 months into his 18-month, £6million-a-year deal. Shakhtar Donetsk's Paulo Fonseca, Watford's former boss Marco Silva, and Bournemouth's Eddie Howe are all seen as potential successors.
And chief executive Robert Elstone is working his notice after agreeing to move to Super League, while Everton are close to appointing PSV Eindhoven's Marcel Brands as their technical director, the role he has with the new Dutch champions. That has placed Goodison Park's Director of Football Steve Walsh's position in doubt.
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