Phil Neville is reportedly plotting a raid on former club Everton, should he be named as Inter Miami’s new manager.
Neville will step down as England women’s boss after this summer’s Euros though is set to take over at David Beckham’s MLS club soon.
Current Inter Miami boss Diego Alonso has been widely tipped to leave the club having guided the side to tenth in the 14-team Eastern Conference in his sole season.
Inter Miami won just seven of their 23 matches, losing 13 times, with owner Beckham reportedly eager to appoint former Manchester United team-mate Neville.
And the Miami Herald report that Neville could look at Everton players should he take over.
It’s claimed that Inter Miami are already in talks with Toffees goalkeeper Jonas Lossl.
Everton signed Lossl as a backup keeper to Jordan Pickford in 2019, but the Dane never broke through and was sent on back on loan to Huddersfield.
Lossl fell further down Carlo Ancelotti’s pecking order following the signing of Robin Olsen at Goodison Park.
And Inter Miami reportedly want the 31-year-old having seen declined Luis Robles’ contract at the end of last season.
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Beckham is determined to see success at the Florida club, previously saying: “I was never nervous when I went into games as a player.
“And as an owner now I feel if you do things in the right way, for me personally as a player, I knew that if I prepared well, the week before, the weekend, I wasn’t nervous.
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“And that’s why I wasn’t nervous for games because I know all the hard work had been done the week before and I was ready to go into the game.
“Now, as an owner, I know we couldn’t have done anything more as owners, as an ownership group.
“There’s nothing more we could do any more than we have done. That means we’re ready, so I’m not nervous, just excited.”
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