Published: Thu, November 09, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Allardyce opens door to Everton talks

Allardyce opens door to Everton talks

Everton are looking for a new boss after a disastrous start to the season, sacking Ronald Koeman as the club failed to get positive results, despite spending over £150million during the summer transfer window on players.

Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live, Osman, who won two England caps during a 16-year spell on Merseyside, disputed whether former Crystal Palace manager Allardyce is the man to match Everton's ambition under billionaire owner Farhad Moshiri.

But there has been no contact between club and manager since then as the Toffees look at the other options open to them.

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Asked about the vacant Everton job, Wilkins said: "It's going to take someone with a lot of bottle to go in there and sort it all out".

Owner Moshiri has one eye on ensuring the club stay in the top flight this season, and another on appointing a big name boss with a long-term plan for success.

The former England boss was seen as the heavy favourite to follow Koeman after it was reported that he held talks with Moshiri over the weekend, but he has since revealed that the Iranian has not yet been in touch.

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Allardyce is one of four candidates believed to be on a shortlist for the role, which also includes caretaker manager David Unsworth and Marco Silva, while Atletico Madrid's head coach Diego Simeone is thought to be Everton's number one target.

He lost his first three games, which including a premature exit from the Europa League, but enjoyed a dramatic 3-2 win over Watford on Sunday to lift the club out of the relegation zone with a first Premier League victory since September 23.

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