Published: Fri, May 18, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Could Watford's Richarlison move to Everton if Marco Silva is hired?

Could Watford's Richarlison move to Everton if Marco Silva is hired?

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.

Everton were 13th in the Premier League table when Sam Allardyce was made the permanent successor to Ronald Koeman last November.

Moshiri will arrive in the United Kingdom on Tuesday for a series of board meetings which will be crucial to determining the way forward for Everton this summer and while the Iranian billionaire admires Allardyce, he recognises the depth of ill-feeling toward him and knows change is required.

Everton remain interested in bringing Marco Silva to Goodison Park as Allardyce's replacement, but despite being now unemployed, appointing him as their manager still faces some challenges.

Allardyce admitted after Sunday's final day of the season defeat to former club West Ham he could not be confident over his future.

The Blues boss is set to meet with the club's majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri within the next 48 hours with reports suggesting that the two will agree to part ways. Generally there's no smoke without fire.

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Some fans have been calling for Allardyce's departure because of his style of play, despite the former England manager guiding them to eighth spot in the Premier League this season.

White's comment was never going to go down well with a fanbase that cares just as much about how the team plays as it does where they finish in the league.

"I can update you on the fact that all the rumours, gossip, miscalculations and stories the media are writing between me and Wayne are absolute rubbish", he told Sky Sports News.

Everton backed away and opted for Allardyce while Silva was sacked by Watford in January after their performances nosedived.

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

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