Everton will have been shocked following the conclusion of the 20/21 Premier League season after Carlo Ancelotti decided to leave the club.
The Goodison Park outfit would have been expecting to begin their 21/22 season with the Italain at the helm of the club, however he has since decided to give Real Madrid another chance as he was appointed the man to replace Zinedine Zidane after a disappointing season for Los Blancos.
That surprise departure has meant the Toffees have had to take a look around at the managerial market to try and find their next boss, and one former Premier League manager is thought to be keen on heading to the club and trying to help them to achieve their lofty ambitions.
According to reports from The Mirror, via The Express, it is understood that former AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is rumoured to be interested in the job and would be happy to take it on.
The Englishman has been out of work since walking away from the Cherries following their relegation from the Premier League, but has been rumoured in the past with a number of different clubs as he has spent his time away from football, perhaps playing real money casinos online.
Everton are believed to have Howe on their shortlist as a potential target, although he is on a list full of talented managers, with the likes of Nuno Espirito Santo and former Toffees’ managers, David Moyes and Roberto Martinez.
Of course, Nuno is currently out of work after his own surprise departure from Wolverhampton Wanderers at the end of the season and is rumoured to have had talks with the club about a move as a move to London with Crystal Palace is believed to have collapsed. In fact, those using https://www.australianonlinecasinosites.com/ will probably have thought that they would have had better luck than Everton would have acquiring the Portuguese manager, but things have clearly changed.
David Moyes is already in the capital in his second spell as West Ham United manager and it would be a surprise if he were to leave the London Stadium after the season the Hammers’ had, as he helped guide them into the UEFA Europa League less than 12 months after saving them from relegation to the Championship.
Roberto Martinez’s future is one that will likely have to wait until the UEFA European Championships, as he will look to guide Belgium to the title as one of the tournament’s favourites. Depending on how well he does and whether he wants to return to club football, a switch to Goodison Park could be something that happens too late for Everton as they will have to act quickly in the summer transfer market.