Watford reject Everton's request to talk to Marco Silva about managerial vacancy


The Goodison Park club sacked Ronald Koeman almost a month ago and caretaker boss David Unsworth's chances of remaining in charge until the end of the season continue to improve.

On Tuesday night, reports in the English media confirmed that Everton had made an approach for Watford boss Marco Silva.

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It is understood that while the Portuguese boss does want to open a dialogue with Everton, who sacked Ronald Koeman three weeks ago, he does not have a release clause in the two-year deal he only signed in May.

That Everton have decided to make any kind of formal move would suggest a degree of confidence Silva is interested in talking to the Goodison board.

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Watford are determined to keep hold of Silva as they look to build on his promising start to life at Vicarage Road this season and have informed Everton that any approach will not be welcome. The club's search for a new manager - a search being headed by Moshiri - is creating even more mess at a club that spent £140 million last summer only to find themselves sixth from bottom in the Premier League.

The Daily Mail report that Everton officials contacted Watford on Monday morning, having made the 40-year-old former Hull City boss their number one choice to take up the reins at Goodison Park. Despite failing to steer Hull to safety from relegation to the Championship, Silva impressed in the role after replacing Mike Phelan in January.

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Koeman has been temporarily replaced by caretaker boss David Unsworth, and whilst he got his first win with a 3-2 comeback victory over Watford before the worldwide break, Everton have been looking elsewhere too.