Everton fans beg club to replace Koeman with Ancelotti

Everton seemed like they were heading in the right direction in the summer after majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri loosened the pursestrings to spend more than Ā£100m on new signings.

Wayne Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Jordan Pickford and Michael Keane were among the new arrivals, but the Toffees did lose Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United.

The Toffees have maintained that they are working towards breaking into the top six in the Premier League, but the season has got off to a poor start.

Ronald Koeman has overseen just two victories in six top-flight matches, while the team’s Europa League campaign is struggling given that they have lost their first two group matches.

On Thursday night, the Toffees were leading Apollon Limassol 2-1 until the 88th minute when the Cypriot side snatched an equaliser at Goodison Park.

Earlier that day Carlo Ancelotti was sacked as manager of Bayern Munich, and now Everton fans are keen for the club to capitalise on this opportunity by dismissing Koeman and bringing in the successful Italian.