Roberto Martinez’s tenure at Everton looks set to come to an end, with The Mirror stating that the Spaniard is wanted in his homeland.
The Toffees have had a campaign to forget, with an exciting squad showing too much inconsistency to be in contention for a place in the top six.
With the Goodison Park club having lofty ambitions heading forward, the former Wigan Athletic boss looks set to leave Merseyside at the end of the season.
The latest report suggests that La Liga giants Valencia are keen on bringing Martinez back to Spain, while another unnamed side in the top flight of the Spanish game are also interested in his services.
Martinez has been in charge of the Toffees for three years, with the goal of breaking into the top four.
Given Everton’s poor campaign in 2015-16 and the lack of European football next term, a host of the club’s best players are being linked with moves away from Goodison this summer.