Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has been linked with a move back to Real Madrid this summer.
According to the latest reports, the Italian is closing in on his return to Santiago Bernabeu and it will be interesting to see how the Toffees replace him.
As per the Times, Everton could look to bring David Moyes back to the club as a potential replacement.
The report further states that Nuno Espirito Santo and Eddie Howe are likely to be on the shortlist of candidates to replace the Italian manager as well.
The Hammers will play Europa League football next season and it seems highly unlikely that Moyes will abandon his project at the London club and return to Goodison Park this summer.
Furthermore, West Ham are unlikely to sanction his departure either.
In theory, however, Moyes could be a reasonably good appointment for Everton. He knows the club well and he was adored by the fans during his time at the club.
The 58-year-old has proven this season that he is still a quality Premier League manager and he could be the man to rebuild Everton into a competitive side once again.
It will be interesting to see how the Everton managerial situation unfolds over the next few weeks now.
Have him back all day, best manager we had since Kendall, will get the best out of players, never had big money, and got us into Europe 3 times, he would be dangerous with money 👍
— Gold Coast Toffees (@SmallyEFC1878) June 1, 2021
Even if we did want him he wouldn’t leave #westham
– EdEFC74 (@ EdEFC74) June 1, 2021
He’s just got Europe with West Ham why would he come back too us there ahead off us now
– Jayknows23 (@ jayknows23) June 1, 2021
We’re so smalltime hahaha
— Jack Scott (@ScottJackk) June 1, 2021
— Roberto Martinez 2021/22 (@jake_everton) June 1, 2021
– jamie byrom InCarloWeTrust (@jamie_byrom) June 1, 2021
No no no
— John Byrne (@JohnnoUK) June 1, 2021
If this is to happen, call tim, maruane and jags lets have band back boys
— Charlie_babbit7️⃣ (@Charliebabbit1) June 1, 2021
Source: English Premier League – Sportslens.com