Marco Silva says he remains committed to Watford at present

Ruben Hill
November 17, 2017

Despite such big names being associated with the Toffees, it is believed the Merseyside club want Watford Marco Silva as their new manager.

It is clear Everton want Silva, but whether he makes the move or not, no one knows, and he was not prepared to say if it was a job that interested him.

"It's for the board, the owners to talk to each other about the situation".

"What I can tell you about this situation is I look at this situation like for some players when they play well, or somebody that the coach wants from another club", Silva told journalists today.

Everton got rid of Ronald Koeman last month following underwhelming start to the campaign but the Toffees haven't still hired the Dutchman's replacement as of yet, which has anxious the club faithful.

"I don't answer this question".

"I am working as normal and at the moment I don't know if there has been an offer or not, or what has happened". I understand everyone wants to talk about this situation but Everton is not the club where I work.

Jack Cork of Burnley puts pressure on Tom Davies of Everton during the Premier League match between Everton and Burnley at Goodison Park
Marco Silva says he remains committed to Watford at present

Everton are now 15th place in the table, two points above the relegation zone. I read many many things in the week. "Really, I don't know".

"I think he's gone into Watford and he is doing a decent job there", Jordan told talkSPORT.

Watford play host to West Ham on Super Sunday, in what will be David Moyes' first game in charge since succeeding the sacked Slaven Bilic. This is the only true way when you have this type of situation, the clubs need to talk.

Silva's men head into the clash off the back of three straight league defeats, and the 40-year-old revealed he expects the struggling Hammers to up the tempo in front of their new manager.

"But he can change everything in the first game".

"We know well the team and the individual players - they have with a lot of quality".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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