Frank Lampard And Wayne Rooney Lead Race For Everton Job (Full Details)
Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney are the two leading candidate set for Everton job following Rafa Benitez sack, MySportDab reports.
One of both former players are now looking to take over Everton as their new manager in the coming days.
Frank Lampard And Wayne Rooney are set to be interviewed for the job which was left vacant by Rafa Benitez who was sacked.
Last job for the Chelsea legend was him being sacked as manager of the Blues where helped them with a top four finish despite transfer ban.
Frank Lampard also took them to the Emirates FA Cup final which he lost against Arsenal in the final 2-1.
Wayne Rooney is the current manager of Derby County who are currently struggling to avoid the relegation drop in the Championship.
The Manchester United legend took over the job after playing for them before he was named their new boss.
The same Derby County Frank Lampard took them to playoffs which they lost to Aston Villa who gained promotion to the English Premier League.
According to Transfer News Live, they confirmed the Chelsea legend and Wayne Rooney will both be interviewed for the job in the next couple of days.
“Everton are set to interview Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard for the managerial role’.
Everton who lost Carlo Ancelloti early in the season to Real Madrid who failed to land a move for Max Allegri who rejoined Juventus.
They were left with no choice than to appoint Rafa Benitez who did well in the early stages of the season.
Things got out of control as they started dropping points and losing which led to the board deciding to sack the former Liverpool manager.
Frank Lampard And Wayne Rooney are now looking to be the next man to take over having showed so much quality in their past jobs.