50-year-old has now been selected by Everton as their potential next manager.

According to a report, if Everton fires their current manager, a 50-year-old will take his place. Dyche, Sean

Pascal Jansen may take Sean Dyche’s place at Everton.

TEAMtalk claims that the Toffees have the head coach of AZ Alkmaar at the top of their shortlist, and that is accurate.

Jansen, who was raised in the Netherlands but was born in London, has spent the majority of his coaching career thus far there. Before joining AZ in 2018, the 50-year-old played for teams including Vitesse, Sparta Rotterdam, and PSV.

Jansen, who was hired as a coach initially, was given the opportunity to become their manager in December 2020, and he has excelled ever since.

Last season, Jansen guided AZ to the semifinals of the Europa Conference League before West Ham eliminated them from the competition.

This time, they continued where they left off and are now tied for first place in the Eredivisie with PSV on points, behind just on goal differential. From their first five games, the Dutch club has earned five victories.

Could Pascal Jansen take Dyche’s job at Everton this year?

Everton is currently not taking any serious steps to fire the former Burnley player, but they are one of the clubs that are apparently tracking Jansen and would consider hiring him to replace Dyche.

Pascal Jansen: AZ Alkmaar's manager on West Ham & looking to follow in Erik  ten Hag's footsteps

But the Toffees aren’t the only team interested in Jansen; Crystal Palace and Rangers are also monitoring his development. In the past, West Ham had also considered Jansen before deciding to stick with David Moyes in the wake of their success in the European Championship.

It doesn’t appear that Everton is eager to fire Dyche at the moment. However, once their control is complete, everything can alter.

Everton supporters might want to keep an eye on AZ’s performance over the next months since things might change once 777 Partners arrive. The outcome will also be greatly influenced by Dyche’s ability to exploit their victory over Brentford to change the situation on Merseyside.

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