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15 November 2017, 11:55 | Sandy Nunez
Silva move rejected
It is also claimed that Silva is happy at Vicarage Road and is not interested in heading to Everton where the pressure will be on nearly immediately.
It's now been three weeks since Koeman became the third Premier League casualty of the season - West Ham have since sacked Slaven Bilic - and yet the struggling club remain managerless.
Despite that strong stance, Silva is believed to still be interested in speaking to Everton about succeeding Ronald Koeman at Goodison Park.
The 40-year-old joined Watford after leaving Hull at the end of last season. The impeccably dressed Portuguese coach, previously of Hull, has enjoyed a bright start to life at the club, with whom he has led to 9th spot after 11 games.
Silva would be a good option for Everton but the fact he has only signed for Watford just several months ago mean that this deal would be very hard to get over the line.
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Silva was said to be open to Everton's offer, but Watford are far less keen over the prospect of losing a manager they appointed in the summer.
Everton reached an impasse with Sam Allardyce at the weekend though Silva has been their primary choice.
They could instead hand current caretaker David Unsworth more time before reassessing their situation in the summer.
Everton under-23s coach David Unsworth is now in caretaker charge of the club and secured his first win against Silva's Watford before the global break.
However, former Crystal Palace chairman, Jordan does not think it will be a good move for Silva by saying: "I think he's gone into Watford and he is doing a decent job there".