Reports: Everton Considering Moyes and Howe



Everton are considering replacing Marco Silva before Sunday's clash at Leicester, with David Moyes a strong contender and Eddie Howe also of interest, as per reports.

Defeat at home to the Premier League's bottom side Norwich on Saturday was seen as a new low for the beleaguered Silva, and it has heaped further pressure on the Portuguese.

It could lead to a sensational return for former boss Moyes to Goodison Park, possibly on an initial short-term deal until the end of the season, to steady what is currently a sinking ship.

Two wins from their last nine league games has seen the Toffees drop to 15th place in the table - and just four points above the relegation zone.

But Bournemouth boss Howe, who has been on Everton's shortlist in the past, is still favoured by some members of the Everton board.

Howe was reluctant to leave the South Coast in 2016 and Everton decided to bring in Ronald Koeman from Southampton instead.

But it is thought that, with Bournemouth on a run of one win in seven Premier League games themselves, Howe may now be more open to a move to Merseyside this time around.

Moyes is reportedly keen to return to the Everton manager role

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