Jordan: ‘Serial winner’ Conte has no reason to join Everton

Simon Jordan has insisted that Antonio Conte has no reason to take over at Everton so soon after winning Serie A with Inter Milan.

Everton is in search of a new manager with Carlo Ancelotti about to rejoin Real Madrid.

Spanish giants have been in search of a new boss since Zinedine Zidane left.


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Experiences emerged Tuesday morning that advised that Ancelotti was “in talks” with Madrid. Beforehand, they managed it between 2013 and 2015. In that time, he gained the Champions League.

The Italians took the helm at Goodison Park for a year and a half. The Toffees have been on monitor to qualify for Europe earlier than falling away in direction of the end of the 2020/21 season.

Fabrizio Romano has now revealed that Ancelotti will sign a deal with Madrid till 2024.

Everton are actually in search of Ancelotti to replace him. Former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has been linked to the job.

TalkSPORT has reported that the Toffees will “try to tempt Nuno right into a speedy return to administration” after he left Wolves on the end of the season.

Santo guided them to seventh-place finishes back within the Premier League after their return to top flight. However Wolves have been disappointed this season as they finished thirteenth.

Former Chelsea boss Conte can be out of work as he leaves Inter Milan on the end of the season. He helped beat issues like Juventus and AC Milan to the Serie A title.

However he left the membership after he disagreed with the membership board about recruitment / funding. Jordan has said talkSPORT that Conte wouldn’t be tempted to move to Everton:

“As for Conte, he is a serial winner, why does he have to take on a undertaking?

“What is the undertaking for him? What’s he, a philanthropist? I really like Merseyside, I will Everton to see what I can spin my wheels there.

“He has just gained Serie A with Inter Milan.

“It causes chaos wherever it goes and it will get paid for, however it wins.

“What’s he going to go to Everton for?”

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