Everton are set to replace Sam Allardyce at the end of the season.
Everton are said to be preparing to let Sam Allardyce go at the end of the season, after he has failed to impress during his time in charge so far.
Allardyce was brought in to replace Ronald Koeman, but he has not sparked a big enough improvement to suggest he is right for the Toffees over the long-term.
Everton have been too defensive, and their struggles have continued, which has encouraged Moshiri to look elsewhere according to the Star.
Paolo Fonseca of Shakhtar Donetsk is currently the favourite to take over, but Moshiri is said to have even more ambitious plans.
If Everton could land either it would be a move to highlight their ambition for the years ahead, but complications exist.
Simeone is set to guide Atleti into the Champions League this season, while Enrique is demanding big wages.
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