Sam Allardyce could make shock return to Everton after 'holding talks' over vacant job
Sam Allardyce could make a shock return to Everton after reportedly holding talks with the club over their vacant manager's job.
The former England boss previously spent six months in charge at Goodison Park during the 2017/18 season and is said to still be highly regarded by senior club officials. According to the Daily Mail, Everton have held talks with Allardyce, with regards to replacing Frank Lampard, who was sacked by the club on Monday.
The report adds that Everton fear first choice replacement Marcelo Bielsa will turn them down due to doubts he has over taking on the job.
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As a result, the club are now weighing up whether to try and convince Bielsa to takeover or move on to other targets, which include Allardyce.
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