Everton are still tracking Shakhtar Donetsk manager Paulo Fonseca who could be brought is as soon as the summer dependent on Sam Allardyce's performance over the next four months. Everton have faltered since the initial bounce brought about by Sam Allardyce's appointment as manager, Saturday's win being only their second in 10 games. With Steve Walsh, head of recruitment at Goodison Park, also under pressure, and PSV Eindhoven sporting director Marcel Brands being lined up to take up a role at the club, Everton look ready to reboot their management structure. Former England manager Allardyce, 63, replaced Ronald Koeman late last year, signing an 18-month contract. His tenure began with a seven-game unbeaten run but they have won just once since then, losing five of their last seven games in all competitions. Fonseca, 44, played primarily in the lower divisions of Portugal before managing the likes of Porto. He moved to Shakhtar in 2016. His contract with them expires in the summer.