There are rumors that the current United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann might be managing Everton next season.
With Klinsmann becoming under increasing pressure in the States and with fans getting frustrated with Martinez, then a move for the German manager might be possible.
Klinsmann has come under pressure during recent times with the United States finishing fourth in the Gold Cup. They only managed to beat lowly Haiti and Honduras and experienced humiliating defeat at the hands of Jamaica and Panama. Fans were not too pleased with the way their team was playing and have called for the German manager to be replaced especially with the Copa America coming.
Roberto Martinez has also had his share of critics this season with fans regularly protesting against him. Everton, who have always finished in the top half of the table under David Moyes, are now a mid-table team without any hope of making it to Europe. Their only chances of success this season were in the FA Cup, but Manchester United beat them. There are even reports that the players themselves have lost faith in Martinez and will want him to be replaced next season.
However, many pundits believe that Jurgen Klinsmann like the necessary experience to manage at a club level. Indeed, a lot of people have already criticized his choice of players for the United States, and pundits wonder how he will behave in the transfer market with a fixed budget.
Personally, Jurgen Klinsmann has denied the rumors that he will be leaving for Everton by saying that he is not going anywhere and acknowledging that Roberto Martinez is a good manager for Everton. For now, there has been an improvement in the United States results, and we will have to see how things work out during the Copa America.