Everton are contemplating replacing Marco Silva before Sundays clash together with David Moyes a competitor and Eddie Howe of attention, at Leicester, Sky Sports News has been advised.
Defeat at home to the Premier League side Norwich on Saturday was viewed as a new low for its Silva, and its heaped further pressure on the Portuguese.
It may lead to a return for boss Moyes into Goodison Park, possibly on an initial deal to stable what is now a sinking ship.
Two wins out of their last nine league matches has seen that the Toffees fall to 15th place at the table and only four points above the relegation zone.
But some members of the Everton board, still favour Bournemouth boss Howe, who has been in the past around Evertons shortlist.
Howe was loath to leave the South Coast in 2016 and Everton decided to deliver in Ronald Koeman from Southampton instead.
But it is thought that, with Bournemouth on a series of one win in seven Premier League games , Howe can be open to a move to Merseyside now around.
Silvas days at the helm appear to be short teaser following a clutch of Everton fans united those of Norwich on Saturday chanting that he will probably besacked at the morning, followed by loud boos from the home service at full-time of their 2-0 defeat.
The 56-year-old Moyes is eager to go back to the role in which he spent before succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United director in 2013, in which he continued less than 12 weeks.
Everton were steered by moyes for their Premier League end of an FA Cup final 2009 along with fourth in 2005, however with 39 points – the lowest total in the history of the club the team finished 17th in his final year at Goodison.
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