Manchester United ex-star, Wayne Rooney has revealed his interest in becoming either of Everton or Manchester United boss.
According to Daily Mail, the Derby County coach has admitted he’d ‘LOVE to manage’ Everton and Manchester United in the future.
Rooney declared he’d love to be a coach in one of the desired clubs after rejecting the Toffees approach initially, claimed, it wasn’t the right time.
Rooney has done well since taking the difficult job at Derby County but admits a return to Everton or Manchester United is a career ambition.
The 36-year-old grew up and Everton fan and began his career with them before joining United, where he spent 13 seasons.
Asked on Monday Night Football about his future, he said: ‘There are two clubs: Everton and Manchester United.
I’m an Everton fan, I was at Man Utd for 13 years. I feel if I keep doing what I’m doing, keep learning, keep improving, those two clubs one day in the future I’d love to go and manage.
‘You’ve got to trust in yourself and believe in yourself. Of course there will be temptation there. There might be offers that come in and you think, “I’m going to go for that”. But you need to be in the right place and I believe I’m in the right place. I’m developing as a manager, developing as a coach and I’m learning.
‘I understand when Frank Lampard went to Chelsea, it’s so difficult to say no. But when you go into one of these big clubs you need to make sure it’s the right time and you’re able to develop and take that club forward.
‘I got approached by Everton to interview for the manager’s job but I’m in a job, I’m still learning and I felt it wasn’t the right time.’