Jurgen Klinsmann’s odds slashed to succeed David Moyes at Goodison Park.
USA coach Jurgen Klinsmann is a surprise frontrunner to succeed David Moyes as Everton boss this summer, after the German’s odds were slashed from 950/1 to 4/1, reports The Daily Star.
The Tottenham legend has had a successful international managerial career thus far, after guiding Germany to a third place finish at the 2006 World Cup and USA to the brink of automatic qualification for Brazil 2014.
But the 48-year-old’s one foray into club management proved a disappointment, after he failed to see out a season with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.
Kilnsmann’s appointment would be a surprise choice for the Toffees who have been linked with Wigan boss Roberto Martinez and Swansea’s Michael Laudrup.
Ex-Everton forward Duncan Ferguson is also a surprise name in the frame for the role.
A formidable striker, Klinsmann spent two seasons in the Premier League during separate spells with Spurs and remains a fans favourite at White Hart Lane.