Eddie Howe replaces Nuno Espirito Santo as Everton’s new manager, according to the oddsmakers.
Eddie Howe has been re-installed as the bookies’ favorite to replace Ronald Koeman as Everton manager.
Carlo Ancelotti, who left for Real Madrid last week, has yet to be replaced by the Blues.
The Italian left Goodison Park after an 18-month tenure to relocate to Madrid, leaving Everton with the job of finding a replacement.
Zinedine Zidane also ended his second spell at the Santiago Bernabeu, leaving the way open for Ancelotti to return to the Spanish capital.
With Ancelotti’s abrupt resignation, the Blues are now looking for their sixth permanent manager in eight years.
Nuno Espirito Santo, the former Wolves manager, was the bookies’ favorite after the ECHO disclosed that he had held negotiations with the Blues.
But, according to Grosvenor, has surged ahead of him in the betting, with the former Bournemouth manager placed at 5/2 to succeed Ancelotti.
is the second-favorite at 4/1, while and are both 6/1 for the part.
According to rumors from Spain, his agency has been approached by the Blues, and he is now 6/1, 8/1, and 12/1.
Former Chelsea midfielder and manager, as well as former AS Roma manager, are both 14/1.
, who recently left Serie A champions Inter Milan, is a 16/1 shot, as are and.