Everton continue to be frustrated in their hunt for a new manager.
They’ve had a second approach for Marco Silva rejected by Watford.
Everton’s first approach on Monday came with an offer of 10-million pounds in compensation, but was rejected out of hand.
The Toffees then made a second approach yesterday, and are ready to offer Silva a significant increase in his salary.
Sam Allardyce yesterday took himself out of the running as Everton continue to look elsewhere in their attempts to replace Ronald Koeman.
Meanwhile, Peru are the final team to qualify for next summer’s World Cup in Russia.
They beat New Zealand 2-nil in their play-off second leg in Lima – after a goalless first meeting.