Paulo Fonseca has reportedly turned down the chance to coach Everton in the upcoming season as he remains keen on getting Arsenal job in the summer.
Arsenal’s search for Wenger’s replacement seems not ending anytime soon after the Sun reports that they are far from reaching an agreement with Luis Enrique who is widely believed to be the Frenchman’s successor.
According to The Express via a reputable journalist who is known as Guillem Balague, the Shakhtar Donetsk manager is not ready to replace Sam Allardyce at Goodison Park in the upcoming season due to his hope of coaching a big club like the Gunners’ calibre.
According to the journalist on his personal YouTube channel, Fonseca is not having a best of time with the Ukrainian giants but that hasn’t prevented him from attracting suitors for his service.
He further revealed that Everton are looking to relieve former England manager Sam Allardyce of his job by the close of the season and they are eyeing a possible move for Fonseca as they hope to rebuild their team ahead of the upcoming season.
Fonseca made a sensational switch to the Ukrainian giants from Braga in 2016 and he won three trophies including the Ukrainian league, Ukranian Cup and Ukrainian Super Cup.
Despite his exploits for the Miners in his first season at the club, the Portuguese manager is set to be shown the exit door due to his recent poor run of results.
It will be a dream come true for the 45-year-old manager if Arsenal neglects the service of established managers to hire him as their next manager in the summer.