Everton's Silva at risk as Liverpool derby looms
Marco Silva's future is set to be discussed on Monday as Everton consider whether to sack their manager before the game against Liverpool.
Marco Silva may be denied the chance to manage in another Merseyside derby.
Everton chiefs will reportedly begin the week with frank talks over the under-pressure Portuguese's future and could choose to sever ties.
The Toffees are due to head to Anfield on Wednesday, fresh from the late 2-1 loss to Leicester City that left the 42-year-old hanging on by a thread.
Silva's Everton position at risk
After close to a season and a half in charge, Everton boss Silva could be relieved of his duties on Monday.
Silva took charge in May 2018 and guided the Goodison Park outfit to eighth in his first season, but results have soured this term.
Everton have lost eight of their 14 Premier League fixtures and sit just above the drop zone.
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