Everton boss Ronald Koeman has been discussing his future on Merseyside after a poor run of games which sees the club near the relegation zone.
The Toffees have only won two games in the Premier League so far with one of them coming a couple of weeks ago against Bournemouth.
Ronald Koeman has come under fire from both the fans of the club and pundits who look at Everton and see a team with zero confidence or ideas.
Despite only just hanging onto his job, for now, there is talk of the Dutchman taking over his native country and their national team.
The Netherlands were knocked out of the World Cup qualifiers this week and their biggest figure in Arjen Robben has now retired from international duty.
Current manager Dick Advocaat is set to stand down after stepping in just for the qualifiers in which the side failed to qualify.
Speaking today about his chances of becoming the Netherlands boss in the future, Ronald Koeman quashed rumours.
“No, I’m not surprised that they have put my name in because they did the same some years ago, so it’s not a surprise,” Koeman explained.
“But I’m Everton manager and that’s the most important thing and nothing else.
“The future is not realistic now. We have other business to do at Everton. We need to win and we need to change our situation and our position in the table and that starts on Sunday (at Brighton).
— Pitch (@PitchDMM) October 13, 2017
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