Jose Mourinho is being considered as Everton’s next manager – Football News

Jose Mourinho is being considered as Everton's next manager - Football News

Everton next manager: Jose Mourinho is being considered for the position of Everton next manager.

Everton has yet to make a formal offer to Mourinho’s current club Roma, but owner Farhad Moshiri is considering bringing the former Chelsea, Manchester United, and Tottenham manager to Goodison Park.

Former Porto and Fenerbahce manager Vitor Pereira, who was in the running for the post before Carlo Ancelotti was selected, is another name being evaluated by the Everton owner.

Jose Mourinho is being considered as Everton's next manager

As the wide-ranging hunt for Rafa Benitez’s replacement continues, Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney remain significant contenders.

Lampard, who has been unemployed since Chelsea fired him in January, is scheduled to be interviewed for the position.

Wayne Rooney is content at Derby County, but it would be difficult for him to refuse a move to Everton.

Wayne Rooney is content at Derby County, but it would be difficult for him to refuse a move to Everton.

While Derby manager Wayne Rooney is said to be content and focused at Pride Park, he would find it tough to reject down Everton given his history and affiliation with the club.

Belgium’s Roberto Martinez and Nuno Espirito Santo, who was fired by Tottenham earlier this season, are also on the shortlist.

Martinez, a former Everton manager, is on the shortlist and would like to return to Goodison Park, but a deal is complicated by the Belgian FA’s refusal to let the Spaniard go before the World Cup in 2022.

Following a training field visit by chairman Bill Kenwright on Tuesday, Duncan Ferguson was named caretaker manager. Kenwright addressed the players and staff as he began training for the first time ahead of a key match against Aston Villa on Saturday.

 

Analysis: Everton problems well beyond the manager

On The Essential Football podcast, Sky Sports News correspondent Ben Ransom says:

“There are issues that go beyond the manager’s control.” This is a football club that has been making what appear to be poor judgments at the executive level for some years.

“Since Roberto Martinez’s departure, they’ve been seeking for a sixth permanent manager, indicating that their manager recruitment approach is plainly flawed in some way, shape, or form since they’re not getting the right guy for the right club.”

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Lampard, who has been unemployed since Chelsea fired him in January, is scheduled to be interviewed for the position.

Fans are tearing their hair out – understandably so – since the game has been stuck in an endless loop with no clear end in sight. Rafa Benitez, I believe, had to get off to a good start and then overachieve. Given his past with Liverpool, he was despised by a large portion of the fan base.

“You know you’re going to be dismissed as soon as there’s a serious issue if you’re in that position.” “You won’t be able to make it.”

 

Analysis: Is Everton the project Lampard needs?

On The Essential Football podcast, Sky Sports News correspondent Ben Ransom says:

“Lampard is a fascinating character. I understand why his name is used because it will be mentioned every time a Premier League position becomes available. He accomplished a decent job at Chelsea. It was a difficulty for him since he had a transfer embargo on the club when he was hired, so he couldn’t necessarily mold it in his image.

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“He had a good season at Derby, and he had a good season at Chelsea.” Which club is best for him, and which club is best for him? Lampard has a difficult task ahead of him. I’m not sure whether this is the appropriate moment for him, but I can see why he’d be intrigued because Everton is such a well-known name in English football. One of the sleeping giants, they’re thought to be.

“There is a project there if you can go in and perform well… After that, if you have the chance to succeed, you’ll be at a fantastic football club. But it’s a difficult job. It needs to be a good match.”

 

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