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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Wayne Rooney to meet with D.C. United but open to Everton stay - source

ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman explains why the onus is on D.C. United and not Wayne Rooney to make his potential move to Major League Soccer a success.
The FC panel analyse the challenges facing Wayne Rooney, how he might be received at D.C. United and why he might love or hate the MLS experience.
Sebastian Salazar joins the FC panel to voice his disapproval of a Wayne Rooney move stateside, and explains why he wouldn't thrive at D.C. United.
With Wayne Rooney being linked to a move to MLS, the FC panel discuss which destination will suit the Evertonian best in the twilight of his career.

Wayne Rooney is set to travel to Washington this week to meet with representatives of D.C. United but he remains open-minded and may decide to stay at Everton, a source has told ESPN FC.

Rooney reportedly reached an agreement with the MLS club earlier this month, but with a second year remaining on the two-year contract he signed with Everton last summer, he could still decide that a move to the United States is not in his best interests.

The BBC reported on Wednesday that Rooney will embark upon...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

LAFC outclasses Christian Pulisic and Borussia Dortmund in friendly draw

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LAFC got the better of Christian Pulisic and Borussia Dortmund for the majority of the 90 minutes, but had to settle for a 1-1 draw with the Bundesliga side at Banc of California stadium on Tuesday night in a match that was more one-sided than the score indicated.

The hosts dominated the opening 25 minutes with Eduard Atuesta forcing a save from Roman Weidenfeller before Laurent Ciman stung the Dortmund keeper's hand from a free kick.

Dortmund's best early chance came on 19 minutes when Andre Schurrle...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

New York City FC boss Patrick Vieira laughs off links to vacant Nice job

NYCFC's Patrick Vieira denies reports he's close to becoming manager of Nice, but Julien Laurens says Nice officials are singing a different tune.
On a day dubbed David Villa Day in New York City, the newest member of the 400-goals club scored two more to lead NYCFC past Colorado.
ESPN's Toni Collins is at New York City FC's new practice facility to run through the day-to-day training regimen of Patrick Vieira's NYCFC squad.

New York City FC manager Patrick Vieira said recent reports out of France linking him to the top job at Nice aren't true and make him "smile."

Vieira, 41, took over the head coaching role at NYCFC at the beginning of 2016 following the departure of Jason Kreis, who managed the team in its inaugural season.

The former Arsenal and France midfielder had been linked to a position with Nantes in recent days, and on Tuesday a story in L'Equipe suggested a recent trip to Europe was to sign a contract...

 By Matt Pentz

Zlatan Ibrahimovic frustration building as he lands first red card at LA Galaxy

Ola Kamara rescued LA Galaxy with a decisive goal at Montreal after a Zlatan Ibrahimovic red card reduced the visitors to 10 men.
The ESPN FC guys answer your tweets on the team most likely to flop at the World Cup, Zlatan Ibrahimovic's sending off and more.

A flair for the dramatic has always been central to Zlatan Ibrahimovic's carefully crafted persona. He is a man who does nothing by halves. The Swedish forward doesn't just score bicycle kicks; he nets them from 30 yards out. He doesn't just consistently refer to himself in the third person -- Zlatan has also compared himself, at varies times, to Jesus Christ, Benjamin Button and King Kong.

So it came as no surprise when he commemorated his LA Galaxy debut with two goals. He turned the inaugural...