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Dyche leads Ancelotti, Allardyce to takeover from Koeman at Everton

Sean Dyche is the favourite to take over from Ronald Koeman at Everton.

The Burnley manager has been the early mover in the market, after the Dutchman was relieved of his duties on Monday.

Toffees U23 boss David Unsworth, who will fill the role for the time being, is just behind Dyche to take over permanently.

Ex-Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce has also been listed as a candidate. However, he recently distanced himself from the vacant Leicester job, stating it was not the right time.

Long shots include former Bayern Munich and Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti, Zenit Saint Petersburg manager Roberto Mancini and Watford's Marco Silva.

Former Everton boss David Moyes has also been linked, but the Mirror has reported that the Scotsman is not interested in returning to Goodison Park.

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