Everton release statement on Carlo Ancelotti’s ‘appointment’

Everton have released a statement insisting they have not appointed a new manager, amid reports that Carlo Ancelotti had agreed to join the club.

It is widely believed that Ancelotti is now the favourite for the job, with talks taking place between him and owner Farhad Moshiri.

Varying reports claimed Ancelotti had travelled to England for talks with Everton, with some suggesting he was on Merseyside and others in London.

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But Everton, on Monday night, took the surprise step of confirming that no offers had been made.

“In the 11 days since Marco Silva left the Club, the Everton Board has been working to recruit a new permanent manager – and has held meetings with a number of candidates.

“We can confirm that thus far no contract offer has been made and no candidate has chosen to withdraw from the process.

“While the club is keen to confirm a new permanent manager as soon as possible, the only important duty is that the right appointment is made.

“While our process continues, Duncan Ferguson will remain as caretaker manager and will take charge of the side for Wednesday night’s Carabao Cup quarter-final against Leicester City,” an official statement reads.

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