Everton have sacked Roberto Martinez - who could replace him?
Everton announced earlier this month that manager Roberto Martinez has been sacked, with the search for a new manager starting now.
The Toffees picked up just six points from their last ten Premier League games under the Spaniard, and following a 3-0 defeat away to Sunderland, Martinez lost his job after almost three years in charge.
Sevilla manager Unai Emery before the match
David Unsworth and Joe Royle took charge against Norwich City on the final day of the Premier League season, but Everton will now be looking for a new boss for next season and beyond, with a host of names already linked.
With odds compiled by Oddschecker, here are some of today's biggest movers, featuring some huge names both out of work and currently in jobs...
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Unai Emery: Sevilla boss Emery has established himself as something of a European mastermind in recent years, guiding Sevilla to the Europa League title in each of the last three seasons. It's unclear whether Emery would feel that he's taking the club as far as he can, and whilst Sevilla are attempting to fend off interest, bookmakers now have him at around 2/1 for the Everton job.
Manuel Pellegrini: 62-year-old Pellegrini is leaving Manchester City this summer to be replaced by Pep Guardiola, but having settled in the North West since his 2013 move to City, he may fancy staying in the Premier League. Vastly experienced with a Premier League title to his name, Chilean Pellegrini would be a wise choice if Everton want to go down the veteran route, and is also at 2/1 right now.
Ajax Head Coach Frank De Boer during the press conference
Paulo Fonseca: A surprise name to enter the mix, Fonseca is currently managing in Portugal with Braga. The Mozambique-born coach, 43, had a short spell at Porto before moving on to Braga in 2015, leading them to a fourth placed finish this season. Formerly of Pacos de Ferreira, Fonseca is now being touted at around 14/1 in what would be a shock move.
Roberto Mancini: The Italian is currently in charge of Inter Milan, and much like Pellegrini - the man who replaced him at Manchester City - Mancini is another Premier League title winner. Mancini couldn't guide Inter to a top three finish this season, and there are some questions surrounding his future. Now at 10/1, Mancini could be offered a surprise return to the Premier League by Everton.
The favourite - Frank de Boer: Dutchman De Boer has left Ajax and may fancy trying his hand at English football. With four Eredivisie titles to his name, De Boer has proven himself in his native Netherlands, and testing himself with some talented young players at Everton could be ideal. One of the frontrunners ever since Martinez's departure, De Boer is again the favourite at 6/4 this evening.
Who would you like to see Everton appoint this summer?