Sean Dyche will replace Frank Lampard as Everton manager, tasked with securing Premier League safety after a nightmare opening 20 matches, where they’ve won only three times, and will look to overhaul the entire culture at Goodison Park
Everton will finalise contract details on Saturday, to make Sean Dyche their new manager.
And the incoming boss has been promised funds to make at least two signings, if the Blues can get deals over the line before the transfer window closes on Tuesday.
Club owner Farhad Moshiri made the call to appoint former Burnley manager Dyche, after a bizarre exchange with his other candidate for the job Marcelo Bielsa in a face to face interview on Thursday evening.
After a week of indecision, the former Leeds boss indicated he would be ready to succeed Frank Lampard at Goodison Park, but ONLY in the summer. And in an extraordinary exchange, he suggested instead that he work with Everton’s U21s until then.
That remarkable scenario would have required the appointment of an interim boss until Bielsa was ready to work with the first team.
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