Everton might be looking for a new manager this summer, but it appears that there are a number of different names that are being considered for the role.
Of course, The Toffees would not have thought this was something that they would be required to do once the 20/21 Premier League season came to an end, as they would have expected Carlo Ancelotti to continue in his role at Goodison Park and look to take them up the division.
However, that is clearly not the case as the Italian was presented with the opportunity to return to Spain and take charge of Real Madrid once again following Zinedine Zidane’s decision to quit the Santiago Bernabeu. Indeed, those who use bigfreebet.com might have been able to get some top bonuses and odds when they were betting on the next Los Blancos manager and chose Ancelotti.
Anyways, many will now turn their attention and focus to who could be in the frame for the Goodison Park role, with a host of names having been linked with the job since it became available.
Of course, there are always going to a long list of potential candidates due to the history and the club’s position in the Premier League, whilst the team can be backed rather well financially and shows plenty of signs for future improvement.
However, when looking at the list of potential new managers, it seems that everyone under the sun has been linked with a switch to the blue half of Merseyside.
Former Liverpool boss, Rafa Benitez, is one of the latest names to have been suggested in recent days, with the Spaniard currently out of work. Naturally, there will likely be many of the Toffees’ faithful that do not want an ex-Liverpool boss leading their side, but Benitez has all of credentials that the club desire when trying to appoint a new manager.
Another name that has proven to be a winner and has been linked with the vacant role is Antonio Conte, after he decided to leave Inter Milan after guiding them to a Seire A title. The Italian had been linked with the job at Spurs, but talks are thought to have broken down.
Other names that have been floated about include Eddie Howe, Nuno Espirito Santo, Roberto Martinez, David Moyes and Christophe Galtier who is thought to be closing in on a move from Ligue 1 champions Lille to Nice, but Everton could look to try and hijack that move.