Three players that deserve to follow Sam Allardyce out of Everton this summer

With clear disgruntlement from the Everton supporters and a dour 3-1 defeat against West Ham United at the London Stadium on the final day of the Premier League season, it looks increasingly likely that the Merseyside outfit will sack manager Sam Allardyce.

The 63-year-old was brought to Goodison Park in November to lead a struggling team away from the relegation zone and to safety, and he has certainly done that considering they ended the campaign in eighth position in the standings.

However, the former England boss hasn’t impressed supporters with his tactics or style of play, and they want to see more ambition shown ahead the 2018/19 campaign if they are to push on and progress like owner Farhad Moshiri wants them to, considering the money he has already invested in the playing squad.

While Allardyce – who angered fans on Twitter with his team selection on Sunday – looks to be on the brink, there are a number of Toffees players that simply haven’t performed this term that will be fearful for their futures on Merseyside over the course of the next few weeks, too.

There are plenty that have left the club down with their displays and because of their attitude, and those individuals need to be shipped out before August.

Here are three Everton players that deserve to follow Allardyce through the Goodison Park exit door…