Report: Everton eye Roberto Martinez as new manager
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According to a report in the Daily Mirror, Roberto Martinez is one of the possibilities Everton is considering as their new manager.

The Toffees are still adjusting to the news that Carlo Ancelotti has left the club to join Real Madrid.

Everton supporters will be relieved to learn that the club has already begun compiling a list of potential targets.

They are reportedly interested in David Moyes, Frank Lampard, Nuno Espirito Santo, Eddie Howe, Sean Dyche, and Vitor Pereira, according to the Daily Mirror.

However, Moyes isn’t the only former Toffees manager on their want list. Martinez is also a target for them, according to the Mirror.

Of course, the Spaniard is currently preparing for Euro 2020 with Belgium.

After this summer’s competition, he is expected to return to club football, according to reports.

Martinez was at Merseyside for over three years. However, his reign came to an end in a disappointing manner.

Before the end of his final season with the Toffees, he was fired. It may be claimed that his early success made him a victim of his own success.

In his debut season at Goodison Park, Everton finished fifth. In reality, they never came close to repeating that achievement in the following years.

In March (6/3), he told BBC Radio Five Live that you never truly lose your love for Everton when you leave.

“Everton is a very, very special club,” he said. “Once you get touched by Everton, that always stays with you and you follow the club.”

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