Roberto Martinez – former Wigan manager – has agreed a deal to take on the reins at Everton after Wigan and Everton agreed compensation so that Martinez could complete the deal.
Roberto Martinez – who won the FA cup last May with Wigan – has agreed to take over Everton after four years in charge at Wigan.
Speaking to the media earlier today Wigan chairman Dave Whelan said “Bill Kenwright [Everton Chairman] and myself agreed a deal”.
Wigan – who were relegated last season after an 8 year stay in the Premier League – have been praised across the board for their style of play. This has been a spring board for such players as James McCarthy to build a platform to perform in the Premier League.
It is taught that once the deal has been completed Irish international James McCarthy will be the first target of the soon to be appointed Everton boss.