Allardyce set for axe as Everton manager

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Rooney has agreed a"deal in principle to join MLS side DC United from Premier League club Everton

Sam Allardyce is set to leave Everton this week with the former Watford and Hull City manager Marco Silva a leading candidate to replace him.

The 63-year-old is set to hold talks with Everton owner Farhad Moshiri.

Defining moment: When Sam Allardyce took over for the departed Ronald Koeman (and interim boss David Unsworth) on November 30, Everton sat 13th in the PL table, just five points clear of 18th and two points clear of 16th.

After Sunday's end of season defeat to West Ham United, the Everton boss admitted that his future was uncertain as the number of reports suggesting his departure is imminent had begun to mount up.

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Speaking to Sky Sports News during a "Season Review: Managers Special", he revealed there have been few developments - but he expects a decision in the next 48 hours.

With Wayne Rooney being linked to a move to MLS, the FC panel discuss which destination will suit the Evertonian best in the twilight of his career.

"I've dealt with Wayne, and it's moved on with his representatives and the board from here on in, which I believe may be Wednesday".

Allardyce led the club to a respectable eighth-placed finish in the Premier League, however, he was criticized for a more defensive-minded style of play. With a year left on his contract, Allardyce can expected a handsome payout to ease the parting blow.

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Both approaches were unsuccessful, but given that Silva is now unemployed, he'll no doubt jump at the chance to return to the Premier League, should Everton come knocking at his door.

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"They have always been a club that get behind their players and their manager."

"Who knows what is going to happen next". I'm going to have a meeting with Farhad and then I am going on my holidays'.

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