There have been numerous managerial changes in the Premier League since the season came to an end, with Manuel Pellegrini taking over at West Ham United and Unai Emery becoming the new Arsenal boss.
Everton are on the hunt for a new leader after the club took the decision to part ways with Sam Allardyce.
The experienced coach replaced Ronald Koeman in October, but failed to impress the fans with his style of football, and was eventually sent packing.
A handful of coaches have been linked to the vacancy at Goodison Park, but one who has seemingly escaped the gossip pages is Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe.
The 40-year-old, who is believed to have been an Everton fan as a boy, has been in charge of the Cherries since 2012.
Since guiding the club to the Premier League in 2014-15 for the first time in Bournemouth’s history, Howe has managed to keep the coastal outfit in the division.
Some Everton fans are open to the idea of Howe taking over, while others believe that he is not the right fit.