Next Everton Manager Odds

Everton Football Club continue to search for a suitable replacement after Carlo Ancelotti’s hasty departure to Real Madrid, with Rafael Benitez continue to trade as the odds-on favourite with several bookies and it's now looking likely that the former Liverpool boss will take charge at Goodison Park. Nuno Espirito Santo is second favourite, while there has been money for Roberto Martinez in the past few days although it looks like Rafa will be the gaffer.

Next Everton Manager Odds
Next Everton Manager Odds

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Next Permanent Everton Manager Odds*

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Rafael Benitez1/20William Hill
Nuno Espirito Santo12/1William Hill
Roberto Martinez14/1William Hill
Graham Potter16/1William Hill
Duncan Ferguson16/1William Hill
Lucien Favre20/1William Hill
Paulo Fonseca20/1William Hill
Christophe Galtier25/1BetVictor
Antonio Conte25/1William Hill

*Odds correct as of June 29, 2021


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Since Carlo Ancelotti left Everton FC, there has been a lively next Everton manager betting market although it appears as though Rafael Benitez is now in pole position to become the next Toffees boss, something that might prove to be divisive between the supporters of the Merseyside club.

There are reports coming out of Goodison Park that Benitez has agreed terms to become the new manager and the best price 1/20 with the best betting sites about the former Liverpool FC boss taking charge now suggests that he's close to agreeing terms at the Merseyside club.

When it comes to managers with Premier League managerial experience, there are few who are more accustomed to the English top flight than Benitez and perhaps he can persuade the Everton supporters with results on the pitch.

Benitez Linked With Merseyside Move

Rafael Benitez has had more clubs than Tiger Woods when it comes to football management.

The Spaniard has been enjoying a series of leading roles since 2001, when he took charge of Valencia and rose to prominence over the next three years by steering Los Che toa La Liga title.

Then Liverpool came calling and Benitez won the Champions League with the Reds, before enjoying spells at Internazionale, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Napoli and Newcastle United.

The latter stint saw the 59-year-old drop down to the Championship with the Magpies before spending a season engineering a return to the top flight.

While there’s an obvious Liverpool connection with Benitez, perhaps the Spaniard is open to the possibility of returning to Merseyside, especially as his family are still based there after his six years of managing at Anfield.

Betting apps have short odds about Rafa becoming a Toffee and perhaps he has miles left in the tank when it comes to managing in England, with Benitez’s reign at Newcastle only coming to an end due to disgruntlement with owner Mike Ashley, who prevented the manager from being able to strengthen sufficiently.

Money for Martinez to Return to Everton

It would be a big surprise if Roberto Martinez relinquished the reins when it came to the Belgian national team to take charge of Everton for the second time, with his first stint having come to an end in 2016 after previously being given the job in 2013 and there was definitely an attractive style of play under the Spaniard.

Martinez has been in charge of Belgium since 2016 and has largely been considered to have been successful, with the Red Devils reaching the semi-final stage of the 2018 World Cup and they're currently competing in the 2020 European Championship where he works with some of Europe's leading players.

It would be interesting to see if Martinez is open to a return to Merseyside and the fans might be open to him being given a second chance despite the previous stint ending on a fairly sour note.

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Nuno High Up in Everton Boss Betting

No sooner had the news broken that Carlo Ancelotti had agreed in principle to become the next manager of Real Madrid had the bookies started to price up the Next Everton Manager betting market and original favourite Nuno Espirito Santo remains in the hunt to take charge, with the ex-Wolves boss having already been all the rage.

Up until recently, Nuno Espirito Santo was in charge at Wolverhampton Wanderers although the Portuguese's decision to leave Molineux has put other clubs on high alert and perhaps Everton might be looking to make contact with the former Wolves boss at the earliest opportunity.

After all, Nuno not only guided Wanderers into the Premier League at the first time of asking but also steered them to sixth spot in the top flight and then managed seventh the following season, working his magic with players such as Raul Jimenez, Joao Moutinho, Adama Traore and Conor Coady.

Perhaps Nuno would be attracted to the prospect of replacing Ancelotti and looking to make Everton top six contenders again, with the former Wolves boss now trading as one of the favourites on this betting market.


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Could Galtier Be the Answer to Everton’s Problems?

Christophe Galtier has slowly risen towards the top of the Next Everton FC manager betting market and perhaps the Frenchman is the solution at the Merseyside club, with the 54-year-old having recently led Lille to a shock Ligue 1 triumph during the 2020/21 season before promptly stepping down and announcing that his work at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy was done.

Galtier is clearly highly-rated considering that he managed to engineer a title success by toppling a big money Paris Saint-Germain side in France and there has been plenty of money for someone who was in charge at St Etienne for eight years before getting the opportunity to manage Lille and elevate them into the big time.

The former Marseille defender won’t have been short of offers since stepping down from managing Les Dogues and perhaps Everton is a nice fit for a manager who might desire the chance to manage in the English Premier League, with the coach likely to be given funds to strengthen a squad who will have ambitions of playing Champions League football in the next few years.

Will Eddie Howe Want the Everton Manager’s Job?

It appeared that Eddie Howe was on the verge of joining Celtic, although the former Bournemouth manager has decided against the prospect of taking charge north of the border and it’s hardly a surprise when so many English high-profile positions are becoming available, with Howe now ready to return to football management.

The ex-Cherries boss delivered the Dorset club to the Premier League after taking charge when they were in League One, with Howe earning a reputation for playing attractive football as they rose through the pyramid and Bournemouth were able to remain at the top until an untimely relegation in 2020.

Even so, Howe’s reputation within the professional game remains strong and this is the sort of opportunity that may interest a young manager who will be looking to make the next step with more money to spend, something that wasn’t always the case at the Vitality Stadium.

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Duncan Ferguson a Big Everton Market Mover

Duncan Ferguson has previously stepped into the fray as a caretaker manager although the betting market suggests that the Scot has a puncher's chance of actually landing the role on a permanent basis and it seems likely that he's thrown his hat into the ring for this post.

Ferguson is already on the books at the Merseyside club and would be keen to form part of any future coaching staff, although the former Toffees striker is now as short as 5/1 on the Next Everton FC Manager betting market and he clearly commands the respect of the players.

Ferguson was previously assistant to Ancelotti and perhaps Moshiri will feel as though he's a logical choice to set up to the fore, even if it would be regarded as a calculated risk considering his lack of experience.

Potter Now Unlikely to Get Everton Job

The jury is still out on whether Potter can deliver success to a club like Everton considering that he has managed to keep the Seagulls afloat in the English top flight although they have often hovered near the relegation zone and the pretty football seen at the AMEX hasn’t always translated into positive results.

Potter might point to the modest resources at his disposal compared to most Premier League clubs and he’s seen as a forward thinking coach who might flourish with higher grade players at Goodison Park, with the former Swansea manager clearly someone who is on the shortlist.


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Sean Dyche Might be Ready to Switch From Burnley

Sean Dyche is someone who continues to keep Burnley FC in the English Premier League on a relatively shoestring budget, with the Clarets boss having even steered the Lancashire side into the Europa League and he’s well-regarded by his peers, with Dyche deploying a fairly pragmatic approach out of necessity.

Perhaps Dyche wants to play more expansive football given the right tools and he might be interested in the chance to further his career at Goodison Park, with this being one of the longest-serving managers in the English top flight although there’s a school of thought that he has taken Burnley as far as he can.

The current Burnley manager is likely to be among the betting favourites to take charge of Everton when the betting market goes live and it’s worth monitoring the prices which will indicate as to whether he could be in the running as far as a potential shortlist is concerned.

David Moyes Might Be Sweet on Toffees Return

Now that the bookmakers have gone live with the Next Everton Manager betting market, we’re likely to see the betting odds jumping around as the speculation intensifies, although it’s not a million to one shot that David Moyes might return to Goodison Park, with the Scot having achieved great things during his first stint at the Merseyside club and that included guiding them into the Champions League.

Moyes jumped at the chance to manage Manchester United although that assignment quickly went pear-shaped and there were further spells at Real Sociedad and Sunderland which also didn’t work particularly well, although the manager has rebuilt his reputation at West Ham United who would be reluctant to lose him.

Perhaps his friendship with shareholder Bill Kenwright could swing things in favour of Everton should Moyes be offered the chance to return home and the chance to guide the Toffees back into European competition might be an attractive proposition, with Moyes demonstrating this ability with West Ham last season.


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Could Wayne Rooney Be Given a Shot at Everton?

Wayne Rooney dipped his toe into the managerial waters by taking charge at Derby County, with the former Everton striker having found life tough at the Midlands club although he managed to just about keep the Rams afloat last term. Perhaps he will want to throw his hat into the ring when it comes to the Toffees role should Ancelotti leave it vacant.

Rooney is something of an Everton legend despite making a move to Manchester United and having the most successful years of his playing career with the Red Devils, with the Scouser then returning to Goodison towards the end of his time as a player and he would surely be open to forming part of the coaching staff.

Perhaps Everton would be initially reluctant to make Rooney their main manager considering that the former striker is massively inexperienced, although there does appear to be a penchant for hiring ex-players, with Frank Lampard getting the nod at Chelsea shortly after managing Derby.