Everton look elsewhere after giving up hope on Marco Silva

Everton look elsewhere after giving up hope on Marco Silva

Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri had identified Silva as his number one target to succeed Ronald Koeman, who was relieved of his duties on Merseyside over a month ago, but he has now accepted that he will not be able to prise the Portuguese away from Watford, who understandably have no interest in losing their manager so soon after hiring him.

Silva has kept his counsel over a probable move to Goodison Park and Watford are aware that at some point they could find it hard to resist if Everton continue to put pressure.

Everton's bedraggled search for Koeman's successor is now in its fifth week, with Leipzig chief Rangnick the latest in a long line of names ranging from Diego Simeone and Sam Allardyce to be linked with the vacant managerial post.

Therefore, preparing for a potential Silva exit even if it's not eventually to Everton, Watford are said to have pinpointed Ventura.

"Sometimes I talk and after it is going the other way [misinterpreted]".

"I don't give one more word on this situation for you". Newcastle-Watford. If you want I will answer 10 or 20 questions for you on that.

Silva was then asked about how easy it was to remain loyal to an owner who has dismissed five head coaches in the last four years, and he was unsurprisingly irritated.

The Hornets boss saying "I am here to talk about our match, Newcastle v Watford, nothing more".

"The most important thing for me is Newcastle-Watford".

Ventura, who has managed 19 teams since starting his managerial career in the early '80s, was pilloried by fans and pundits for leaving arguably Italy's most gifted player, the Napoli ace Lorenzo Insigne, on the bench with the Azzurri crying out for a goal in the goalless second leg draw at the San Siro.

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