In a shock move Harry Redknapp seems likely to take over the reins of the Everton job from David Moyes.
Bookmakers reported a drop in price this morning to 7/4 on the QPR manager. This would be a massive loss to Queens Park Rangers just a couple of weeks after getting relegated.
Everton are on the hunt for a new manager after former boss David Moyes left to take over at Premier League champions Manchester United. The Scottish manager was at Everton for 11 years but left to take over after, former Manchester United boss, Sir Alex Ferguson recommended David Moyes to get the job.
Harry Redknapp, who took over at QPR in November 2012, unsuccessfully fought against relegation. In recent days he has been quoted as saying he would leave QPR if he didn’t have the funds to buy in players he wanted to get the club back up.
Harry Redknapp previously worked at Tottenham Hotspur where he led the side to a 4th place finish in 2011-2012 but didn’t qualify for the Champions League because of Chelsea winning the competition.
Harry Redknapp has seen his price cut from 25s to 7/4 overnight with a flurry of activity on this market.
Redknapp can be backed at 6/1 to be the next Everton Manager with Boylesports.