Watford tell Everton to end pursuit of Marco Silva


Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri had identified Silva as his number one target to succeed Ronald Koeman, who was relieved of his duties on Merseyside over a month ago, but he has now accepted that he will not be able to prise the Portuguese away from Watford, who understandably have no interest in losing their manager so soon after hiring him.

That target is Watford boss Marco Silva who has today refused to be drawn into speculation and his comments certainly suggest he is set to stay at the Hornets.

According to Sky Sports, Everton went as far as to make a £10 million offer for the highly-rated coach.

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There is no release clause in his contract and Watford have been angered by Everton's pursuit, even though it is understood that Silva was keen to speak with them.

Watford were adamant they would not lose their manager at this stage of the season and it looks like they have won the battle.

Silva has kept his counsel over a probable move to Goodison Park and Watford are aware that at some point they could find it hard to resist if Everton continue to put pressure.

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Marco Silva did a remarkable job last season at Hull City, very almost keeping them in the Premier League after joining midway through the season and inheriting a hopeless position.

The 59-year-old also guided them to Bundesliga promotion in a season-long spell as caretaker and boasts spells with other top-tier clubs in his homeland.

The 59-year-old is now working as a sporting director at German side Red Bull Leipzig, with whom he managed for a single season (2015/16), during which he led his troops to promotion into the Bundesliga.

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With Marco Silva's future clearer than it was last week, Everton have finally taken the hint and moved on.