The current timeline for Everton’s next manager search has been disclosed.
Everton’s hunt for a new manager is expected to last until next week, according to the ECHO.
The Blues have been looking for a replacement for Carlo Ancelotti since he abruptly left Goodison Park to return to Real Madrid. Everton is now evaluating a shortlist of possibilities, but the process is expected to drag on until next week.
The club’s previous two manager searches took little over two weeks to complete, and it is hoped that a breakthrough will be achieved at a similar period in this hunt for a new head.
Everton, on the other hand, is unwilling to rush the appointment, which is being termed as a “major decision” by Goodison officials.
Despite the terrible situation that Ancelotti’s departure has put them in, the club is committed to be as thorough as possible.
In the 24 hours following the Italian’s decision to quit, Director of Football Marcel Brands was besieged with names of applications, but the club has been working on a smaller list of candidates since the middle of last week.
Everton, on the other hand, has been conducting due diligence on a number of applicants and will not be able to confirm a new manager until next week at the earliest.
Nuno Espirito Santo, Graham Potter, and a slew of other names have been connected to the vacant role at Goodison Park, but no clear frontrunner has emerged as of yet.