Graham Potter and Christophe Galtier have emerged as new Everton manager favourites.
Graham Potter, the manager of Brighton, is the new betting favourite to take over at Everton.
After 18 months at Goodison Park, Carlo Ancelotti announced his departure last week, returning to Real Madrid for the second time in his managerial career.
Zinedine Zidane also ended his second spell at the Santiago Bernabeu, leaving the way open for Ancelotti to return to the Spanish capital.
Due to Ancelotti’s abrupt resignation, the Blues are now looking for their sixth permanent manager in eight years.
Everton has lost five managers since David Moyes left for Manchester United in 2013, including Roberto Martinez, Ronald Koeman, Sam Allardyce, Marco Silva, and Carlo Ancelotti.
Nuno Espirito Santo, the former Wolves manager, was the bookies’ favorite after the ECHO revealed last week that he had held negotiations with the Blues.
However, after a report yesterday said that the former Porto manager was on the verge of signing Crystal Palace, has emerged as the new frontrunner.
With Grosvenor, the Brighton manager is 5/2 to succeed Ancelotti, while is currently the second-favorite at 3/1.
Former Lille sporting director Luis Campos believes Galtier would be a great contender for the vacant Everton managerial position.
Both and are placed at 4/1, while and are both placed at 6/1.
While is currently 9/1, is 11/1, and the former AS Roma manager is 12/1.
, who left Serie A champions Inter Milan recently, is 14/1, as are and.