Spaniard oversaw club’s relegation from the top flight on Tuesday.
Wigan Athletic chairman Dave Whelan says that the Latics have not had any approach as yet from Everton for manager Roberto Martinez, reports Sky Sports.
Wigan were relegated to the Championship on Tuesday night following a 4-1 loss to Uefa Champions League-chasing Arsenal at the Emirates stadium, and so ending the club’s eight-year stay in the Premier League.
And with the Toffees currently on the look-out for a new head coach to replace current boss David Moyes, who was confirmed on Thursday as the successor to the retiring Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, speculation has been mounting of late that the Spaniard will be moving to Merseyside come the summer.
However Whelan insists that as yet, Everton have not spoken to him about Martinez: “Everton would never do anything like that until the end of the season.
“[Everton chairman] Bill [Kenwright] is keen on his football and is a total gentleman, so he would never do that until we know what our destiny is and whether we are staying in the Premier League or whether we are going to get relegated.
“If they do approach us it is entirely up to Roberto whether he wants to go to Everton or stay at Wigan.”
Martinez has been in charge of Wigan since June 2009, when he arrived from Swansea City, during which time he has overseen 175 games, winning 51 of those contests and losing on 78 occasions.