Carlo Ancelotti: Italian manager to earn £14m as Everton boss

Carlo Ancelotti: Italian manager to earn £14m as Everton boss

Carlo Ancelotti is a few steps to mouth-watering massive fortune should he agree terms and conditions with Everton as the English giants are set to announce their new manager.

The experienced tactician is set for a sensational second Premier League spell after topping Toffees' consideration list following the controversial sacking of Marcos Silva.

Ancelotti will hope to take over at Goodison Park any time soon- and if reports coming from England are something to rely on the deal will make him the third highest-paid manager in English top-flight with astonishing £14 million deal.

The 60-year-old was recently shown the exit door by Italian giants Napoli after falling down the pecking order with the club's hierarchy.

A resounding 4-0 Champions League victory over Genk could not save the former Real Madrid boss whose side previously went nine games without win.

But Everton, who appointed club legend Duncan Ferguson on interim capacity after Silva's sacking, believe the former Chelsea boss has vast managerial experience in Premier League to overturn the club's torrid run.

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According to Sun UK, Ancelloti will soon land Toffees training ground in a deal reportedly worth £11.5 million a year.

Incredibly, the deal will hand him third spot on EPL highest-earner bosses list behind Tottenham's Jose Mourinho and Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.

Everton currently occupy 16th position on the Premier League standing - three points above the relegation-threatened zone after just five wins in 17 games.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Italian giants Napoli have appointed former AC Millan manager Genarro Gatusso until the end of the season.

Gatusso replaces Carlo Ancelotti who was sacked on Tuesday, December 10 after guiding the club to the knockout phases of the Champions League.

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