According to a report in the Daily Mirror, Roberto Martinez is likely to get one more game as Everton manager.
The Toffees take on Bournemouth at the weekend, and rumours have been rife that the Spaniard could be set to leave before that match.
Even Martinez, himself, avoided the question when asked whether he was confident that he would see out the week at Everton.
However, it seems that the former Wigan Athletic manager will be given at least one more game by the Everton board.
Bill Kenwright and Farhad Moshiri are set to meet in the next few days to discuss whether they should sack Martinez, and it is said that no definitive decision has been made yet.
Kenwright remains close friends with Martinez, but the 42-year-old’s position does seem to be starting to look untenable.
Everton fans have been calling for Martinez to be sacked, and the cries have been growing louder after the past week.
The Toffees lost 4-0 to Liverpool in their latest Premier League match, before being beaten in the FA Cup semi final by Manchester United in their most recent fixture.