Everton have been hugely disappointing recently as they’ve lost their last three Premier League fixtures, with a European spot slowly slipping away.
The Toffees need to improve immediately if they are to stand any chance of meeting their aims in the current campaign, as Marco Silva has struggled to rally his troops in recent times.
And, it appears as if the Merseyside club aren’t wasting any time in looking at potential managerial replacements, as according to The Times (via the Daily Star), Everton are eyeing David Wagner as Marco Silva’s potential successor.
It’s believed that David Wagner is on the Toffees’ radar having been sacked by Huddersfield in January.
Interestingly, he led the Terriers to an unlikely promotion via the play-offs in 2017 before keeping them up against the odds a year later in the Premier League.
But, the Toffees will only move for Wagner if Silva ends up being relieved of his duties at Goodison Park.
David Wagner has definitely proven himself in previous years in English football but it remains to be seen as to whether he would be the right man to take the Toffees forward.
Marco Silva still has time to save his future at Goodison Park, despite their recent run of poor results, so all of the reported interest could come to nothing.