Everton have hired a new manager: David Moyes has signed a contract, Christophe Galtier has been appointed, and Manuel Pellegrini has been connected.
Everton are still looking for a new manager after Carlo Ancelotti’s abrupt exit.
The now-former Blues manager abruptly left for Real Madrid at the start of this month, and the club is now seeking for a replacement.
With Ancelotti’s abrupt departure, the Blues are looking for their sixth permanent manager in eight years.
Regardless of who takes over, Everton will be hoping to improve on last season’s 10th-place result in the Premier League.
Here’s our daily round-up of the newest rumors about who might be the next Blues manager.
West Ham United manager David Moyes is expected to sign a new three-year contract.
According to multiple media sites, Moyes and the Hammers have reached a verbal agreement, and his contract may be inked as soon as this week.
Everton manager David Moyes was extensively linked with a return to Goodison Park this summer after managing the club from 2002 to 2013.
According to sources from France, Christophe Galtier could be available for €5 million this summer, less than the €8-10 million originally expected.
According to French news station 20 Minutes, a €5 million charge is significantly more palatable than the earlier amounts of €8-10 million that have been bandied about in recent days.
According to the article, Lille’s new president, Olivier Létang, has no intention of allowing Galtier, who is regarded as “one of the best French technicians of the moment,” to depart on the cheap.
According to reports in France on Thursday night, Galtier will be named the new manager of Nice.
Manuel Pellegrini has been mentioned as a possible Everton manager.
Pellegrini has been contacted by intermediaries, according to Sports Mail, following Real’s stunning sixth-place finish in Spain. The summary comes to a close.