Wayne Rooney appears to be on his way to Major League Soccer.
Sky Sports reports that England and Manchester United's all-time leading goal scorer has an agreement on a move to D.C. United from Everton, his boyhood club to which he returned last summer.
A native of Liverpool, the 32-year-old striker has spent the last 16 seasons in the Premier League. A product of the Toffees' academy, Rooney made 77 appearances over two seasons for Everton before joining the Red Devils in a £25.6 million deal in 2004. Rooney memorably made his United debut in a Champions League match against Fenerbahce in which he scored a hat trick.
Over 13 seasons with United, Rooney claimed five Premier League titles, the 2016 FA Cup, three League Cup crowns, four Community Shields, a FIFA Club World Cup title, the 2017 Europa League title and the 2008 Champions League title.
Internationally, Rooney was capped 119 times before his retirement from England last summer after snubbing a recall to the side for a World Cup qualifier. Rooney scored 53 goals for England and appeared in three World Cups and three Euros.
D.C. United has yet to comment on the report. Currently, the club only has one Designated Player in USMNT midfielder Paul Arriola.