Allardyce set for axe as Everton manager

Allardyce set for axe as Everton manager

Star man: Wayne Rooney led the way in the goals column (10, all of which we scored before Christmas), but just about every statistical metric available pegged him as one of Everton's worst-rated players this season.

Sam Allardyce fears there may be "no smoke with out hearth" in rumours surrounding his Everton exit after a season-ending loss on the London Stadium.

Moshiri will arrive in the United Kingdom on Tuesday for a series of board meetings which will be crucial to determining the way forward for Everton this summer and while the Iranian billionaire admires Allardyce, he recognises the depth of ill-feeling toward him and knows change is required.

Allardyce seemed to accept his fate after the Toffees' final match of the season, a 3-1 defeat by West Ham, on Sunday.

The 63-year-old is due to meet Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri for talks this week, and sources said both parties are expected to agree to a parting of ways.

He said: "Contract for next year".

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Forward of crunch talks with proprietor Farhad Moshiri, Allardyce mentioned: 'I cannot fairly say I am assured after all of the rumours I am studying as a result of, usually, there isn't a smoke with out hearth, is there?

Everton want former Watford boss Marco Silva to replace Allardyce.

While Allardyce has done exactly what he set out to do and steer the club clear of relegation and into the top half of the table, the style of football on display has been a cause for much anger on the Blue half of Merseyside.

They are expected to inform him that he will not be seeing out the 18-month contract he signed when he replaced Ronald Koeman in November.

Watford rejected Everton's advances and eventually sacked Silva, but the Blues had already appointed Allardyce.

Speaking about his future on Monday, he told the publication: "It's my job to turn that around".

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