Everton left by Carlo Ancelotti who moved to Real Madrid.
MERSEYSIDE — Everton officially left by Carlo Ancelotti who moved to Real Madrid. Now the Merseyside club are reportedly looking for a replacement coach to manage James Rodriguez and colleagues at Goodison Park.
Surprisingly the Italian coach left Goodison Park after 18 The moon played a role in laying the groundwork for the club to start competing for qualification for Europe. This vacant position presents a number of speculations.
News agency PA, quoted Sportsmole, Wednesday (2/6), lowered reports on a number of potential replacements for Ancelotti. Some names appear, including the former Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte who became one of the Toffees' targets. Here are the names of the candidates:
Nuno Espírito Santo
Man aged 47 that year left Wolves by mutual consent in May after an impressive spell at Molineux in which he led the club back to First League in the year 2018 and secured seventh place in a row. With new challenges needed, The Portuguese coach will no doubt be tempted to move to Merseyside but has also been linked with a role at the vacant Crystal Palace.
Out of work since August, Howe was widely expected to take over at Celtic but after talks broke down, he is another candidate to replace Ancelotti. His attractive style of play at Bournemouth won him praise. But The Toffees might prefer a bigger name.
When Everton looking for an Italian coach again, then the right choice and is considered good at this time is Antonio Conte. Conte has just lifted his suitcase from Inter Milan after delivering the Scudetto title this season 2020/2021.
Joining England is certainly one of Conte's targets. Apart from the high prestige, Conte will also be given big money to bring in the players he wants.
After a great season with West Ham, The Scottish coach is on the rise. PA news agency understands Moyes is close to signing a new three-year contract at West Ham. However, there is a chance he will move to Goodison Park or the Hammers management will tie him up at the London Stadium.
Among the frontrunners is former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez, who secured a famous Champions League victory during his tenure at Anfield. Even though it would be a controversial move, The Spaniard was desperate to return to the Premier League and could not have chosen a place closer to his old home by moving to Stanley Park.