Ex-United star is still to decide whether he will carry on playing next campaign or not.
Everton midfield player Phil Neville says that he is interested in replacing David Moyes in the Goodison Park hot seat next season, according to reports in the Guardian.
The former England international has still to decide whether or not he will continue his glittering playing career next season, although if he does opt to carry on it will not be with the Toffees, with Neville’s contract with the Merseysiders set to expire at the end of next month.
And if the 36-year-old does decide that his current knee injury is too severe to allow him to extend his 19-year career, then he may move straight into top-level management, with both Premier League outfits Stoke City and Everton believed to be interested in giving Neville his first taste in management.
Neville has featured in 689 matches for both Manchester United and Everton since making his Red Devils debut in 1994, scoring 13 goals in the process, and would bring with him a host of top-level experience to the job were he to succeed Moyes next season.
“It would be a really good job to get. I know there are players who have gone into jobs and failed but I just think I have prepared,” said Neville.
“I have prepared for the last five seasons and I have got some really nice decisions to make. I am prepared for every eventuality.”