The talks are thought to have gone well with Everton willing to let the 32-year-old leave Godison Park.
His marginalisation has occurred under Allardyce, who has steered the club to Premier League safety since arriving in November yet faces an uncertain future amid supporter discontent.
His fairytale return to the Toffees was said to be the flawless move for the former England captain but reports in United States media claim the 32-year-old has become frustrated by his role under manager Sam Allardyce.
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According toThe Sun, per the Mirror, Rooney is somehow still earning £15 million-per-year (£300,000-per-week) at Everton and he would demand the same kind of salary in the MLS.
Rooney still has a year left on his contract with English Premier League side Everton, but is reportedly frustrated with the club.
Reports claim Rooney has been offered a contract until the end of the 2020 season, although the MLS transfer window does not open until July.
Rooney is Manchester United and England's all-time record goalscorer, the victor of six Premier League titles, a Champions League, a Europa League, an FA Cup and three League Cups - not that it really feels that way either.
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In 2005, the club became the first USA -based team to compete in the Copa Sudamericana and later became the first MLS team to win the Supporters' Shield in back-to-back seasons in 2006 and 2007 thanks to posting the best record both years.
But heading to the USA and to a team that really wants to feature him could work well for him.
"He can play in a few roles, he's a brilliant goalscorer, and I still think he's got a lot to give".
They also don't know if a potential new boss at Everton would want them which leaves Moshiri under pressure to act fast on the managerial situation.
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Rooney could be set to sign a two-year deal with the MLS side in July which would see him remain in Washington for two years, seeing him earn up to £12.5 million.
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