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The midfielder has become a coach at Old Trafford under David Moyes

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Manchester United want Wayne Rooney to agree to highly incentivised contract to remain at Old Trafford

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Phil Neville was part of the England under-21s coaching staff in Israel

Everton manager Roberto Martinez ready to offer Phil Neville quick route back to Goodison Park

The 36-year-old will be offered a coaching role

Roberto Martinez

Roberto Martinez's first task is to ensure Marouane Fellaini remains at Everton

Following the former Wigan manager's appointment now it is time to set some targets

Roberto Martinez is in charge of his 150th Premier League game

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