Published: Fri, May 18, 2018
Sports | By Brandy Patterson

Everton to let Allardyce go, chase Silva (again) as replacement

Everton to let Allardyce go, chase Silva (again) as replacement

"I am reading the rumours every day that I won't be here and there is no smoke without fire", declared Allardyce last week, with the former England manager now set to be informed that his contract will be terminated early.

Sky Sports News reported the 63-year-old would be informed at a meeting with majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri that his services are no longer required.

Allardyce has not built up any kind of rapport with Everton's supporters and the clamour for Moshiri to make change reached a peak when his team were soundly beaten 3-1 by West Ham in the final game of the campaign. With a year left on his contract, Allardyce can expected a handsome payout to ease the parting blow.

The 32-year-old moved back to the club he supported as a child last summer, in what was considered by many to be a swansong - suggestions that were refuted by the then manager Ronald Koeman.

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Watford, who turned down £12m from Everton for Silva in November, could demand a financial package from the Toffees.

Silva was sacked by Watford in January following a downturn in results.

Everton have also been interested in Shakhtar Donetsk coach Paulo Fonseca - although he is also a contender to replace David Moyes at West Ham.

Silva's possible arrival at Everton is complicated by the fact he is still involved in a wrangle with Watford over compensation for his dismissal.

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Sam Allardyce has reiterated that he has not fallen out with Wayne Rooney and insists that he will not have a say on whether the Everton ace stays or goes.

Rooney, meanwhile, appears to be in the final stages of making a switch to DC United of Major League Soccer.

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