WAYNE ROONEY has been tipped to be Everton’s next boss with an ‘out of this world’ job at Derby.
The Toffees are ready to sack Rafa Benitez with police chiefs holding an emergency meeting following Saturday’s shock loss to Norwich.
That leaves Everton with just one win in their last 11 games, sliding from fourth in the Premier League to fifteenth.
Fans expressed their displeasure during the 2-1 loss at Carrow Road and with words seemingly written on the wall for the former Liverpool manager, the return of hero Rooney has become a topic of conversation. hot.
Rooney, 36, has impressed this season by leading struggling Championship club Derby, in his first managerial role.
And Jamie Redknapp thinks the former England captain could be the right man for the job at Goodison.
Speaking as an pundit on Sky Sports, Redknapp said: “People are talking about Wayne Rooney, the work he’s doing at Derby is out of this world.
“The fact that he even helped them stay, this would be the greatest run of all time.
The work that Rooney is doing at Derby is out of this world.
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“Whether he’s a good fit, I don’t know, but these are the options they’ll be looking at.”
Local boy Rooney began his senior professional career with the Toffees in 2002, after playing for the youth team.
Scoring himself into the club’s folklore, he is the youngest goalscorer ever to score for both Everton and the Premier League.
Going on to win the league five times and play nearly 400 games for Manchester United, Rooney returned to the Merseyside blues for a second game at Goodison Park.
Starting a management career with Derby County, Rooney was appointed early last year.
Despite being deducted 21 points this season, the Rams are only eight points away from safety.
They would have come in eleventh place without the deduction.
Meanwhile, Benitez is expected to be sacked when Everton owner Farhad Moshiri holds an emergency board meeting on Saturday night.
This comes after Toffees lost to Norwich in a shock defeat with the Canaries scoring two early goals to mark the end for the Spanish roosters.
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