Everton boss Ronald Koeman will be "very pleased" should the opportunity come about for him to bring Wayne Rooney back to the club from Manchester United.
Rooney, 31, left Goodison Park to move to Old Trafford in 2004 for a fee of around £25 million when he was just 18-years-old but the England captain has lost his place under Jose Mourinho leading to speculation he could move on.
At his prematch news conference on Friday, Koeman welcomed the idea that Rooney might return to Everton.
LONDON -- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said he believes the violence that marred West Ham's midweek EFL Cup tie against Chelsea does not indicate a problem across the game in England.
The Football Association has launched an investigation into the violence, with the Metropolitan Police having confirmed that seven arrests were made.
Stewards and police in riot gear were forced to come between supporters squaring up in the Sir Trevor Brooking Stand in the final minutes of the first London derby...
Manchester United need to bounce back from last Sunday's 4-0 embarrassment at Chelsea when Burnley come to Old Trafford this Saturday.
Jose Mourinho's men managed to get back on track after beating Manchester City in the EFL Cup in midweek but they have won just once in the league since Aug. 27.
City, meanwhile, are in trouble. Pep Guardiola travels to West Brom having not won in six matches. Elsewhere, last season's two title rivals Leicester and Tottenham face each other, Sunderland host Arsenal...