Shakhtar Donetsk manager Paulo Fonseca has sparked speculation linking him to Everton after admitting he wants to manage in the Premier League.
The Daily Telegraph’s sources in Portugal claim Fonseca was among the candidates to replace Roberto Martinez at Goodison Park in 2016 before the club opted for Ronald Koeman.
“All coaches want to go to England and I am one,” Fonseca told the Daily Telegraph. “I have this dream and I believe this can happen.
“If it’s soon or not, I have this dream.”
“I have a big, big passion about the game and the atmosphere in England is amazing. I hope one day to live it. It’s the biggest league in the world. For any coach, to work in England can be amazing. You have the best coaches and the best players.”
Fonseca’s Shakhtar contract is due to expire at the end of the season and asked if he has a timescale on when he’d like to come to England, the 44-year-old Portuguese, who speaks perfect English, said: “I hope soon, but I don’t know when. I finish my contract with Shakhtar at the end of this season.
They start to try to speak with me and we will see what happens. At this moment I am focussed on our league and the Champions League.”
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