Donovan delays decision on move

The USA international secured a loan switch to Everton last season

at the end of the MLS campaign and is expected to make a similar

move this term. The Toffees would welcome the opportunity to bring

him back to Goodison Park, with David Moyes greatly impressed by

Donovan during his previous stint on Merseyside. The highly-rated

forward, who has also taken in a spell at Bayern Munich over recent

years, insists he has given little thought to his future, though,

and is keen to take a well-earned break before making his next

move. “Give me a few weeks and I will have an answer for you,”

Donovan told Sky Sports News. “Right now I’m four days into my

vacation and I’m going to enjoy it. I’m going to chill and then in

a few weeks I will make a decision.” Donovan admits 2010 has been a

fine year for him, with his exploits with Everton, at the World Cup

and in helping the Galaxy to the MLS divisional play-offs helping

to enhance his reputation. “Both personally and professionally I

would have to say it’s been the best year of my life,” said the

28-year-old. “This time of year, I guess, is the time to reflect on

it and realise how special this was.”