The novel of the new Everton coach has not yet been able to write the final chapter. Every day the announcement is expected but always, at the last minute, something seems to go wrong.
Although it was expected that this Tuesday Rafa Benítez would be announced as Carlo Ancelotti’s replacement, at the last minute everything was ruined by a call from Turkey.
According to the British press, Fenerbahce would have reopened the talks with the Spanish DT, whom he has been following for several weeks.
Sunfootball says the manager is tempted by the challenge of reviving the Istanbul club, which has won 28 titles in Turkey but has been unable to celebrate since the 2013-14 season.
The new postponement of the announcement suggests that Benítez is more familiar with the idea of Turkey than that of returning to Liverpool, where threatening banners recently appeared, one especially annoying that warned that they knew where he lived and not to try to sign, which is being investigated by the authorities.
Fenerbahce is said to have been following Benítez since he fired Erol Bulut, last March, but also that his second candidate is Nuno Espirito Santo, the favorite to go to Tottenham.
To all this, the news does not seem so bad for James Rodríguez, who would have among his motivations to leave Everton precisely the arrival of Benítez, with whom he did not have the best relationship at Real Madrid.