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Carlo Ancelotti's Huge Pay Packet At Everton Has Been Revealed

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Carlo Ancelotti's Huge Pay Packet At Everton Has Been Revealed

Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly agreed an astonishing £14 million deal to take over as Everton boss.

The Italian is set to take over at Goodison Park after being sacked by Napoli last week and one of the clauses in his contract is ridiculous.

According to an exclusive SunSport report, the 60-year-old will earn £2.5 million if he keeps the Toffees in the Premier League.

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That'll be in addition to his huge £11.5 million a year contract, which makes him the third highest paid manager in England's top flight.

He'll only be behind Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho and Manchester City's Pep Guardiola.

Everton have won five of their 17 games this season and sit in 16th, three points above the relegation zone.

Despite this, they have had an upturn in form since sacking Marco Silva two weeks ago.

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Club legend Duncan Ferguson guided them to a 3-1 win over Chelsea in his first game in charge, as well as a 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday.

He discussed Everton needing to find 'the best manager' following the draw at Old Trafford.

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the Scotsman said: "It's buying them a bit of time to get the right man in. With a couple of results, they can make the process more diligent."

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"We need the best manager in the world and I've not got the experience."

Ancelotti is set to be unveiled on Thursday and will be in charge for Everton's clash with Arsenal on Saturday afternoon.

Ferguson is set to remain in charge for their Carabao Cup quarter-final tie with Leicester City on Wednesday evening.

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Ancelotti's son Davide is set to be his assistant, as he was at previous clubs Bayern Munich and Napoli.

He departed Napoli last week despite a 4-0 victory over Genk to secure qualification to the Champions League last 16.

His relationship with controversial chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis had broken down and the Naples outfit were seventh in Serie A.

The appointment is one that will excite Everton fans considering his previous pedigree.

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Aside from managing some of the world's biggest clubs, he's also won three Champions League's alongside a league and cup double with Chelsea.

Do you think Ancelotti will be a good appointment for Everton?

Sound off in the comments below.

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Topics: Football, Carlo Ancelotti, Premier League, Everton

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