There have been suggestions that Manchester United could allow the 31-year-old to leave on a free transfer, with Everton matching his current big wages.
Everton have, unsurprisingly, been installed as favourites to land the England worldwide if he were to call time on his glittering United career, but interest is also still thought to be high within America's MLS and China's Super League for his services.
Rooney has insisted that he will not play for any other Premier League club but Everton, the team he supported as a youngster and with whom he made his professional debut, should he quit United.
The deal for Rooney is expected to be confirmed by the end of the week, according to widespread claims in Wednesday's newspapers.
China, India in dispute over Bhutan border road
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