Ronald Koeman has revealed that he’s been offered two Premier League management jobs after being sacked by Everton.
Ronald Koeman got the sack Goodison Park in late October following the Toffees’ poor start to the season.
The Dutch man claimed he then turned down two unnamed top-flight clubs who sounded him out.
However West Ham replaced Slaven Bilic with David Moyes in early November, while Alan Pardew took charge at West Brom following Tony Pulis’ departure last week.
Koeman said: “My job at Everton was over from one day to the next. I had only just begun with them, and wanted to see things through.
“I was very disappointed, but I had to be realistic.
“If the team’s performances are below standard you have to expect something like this might happen.
“But my dismissal was still unexpected. It felt like a bruise, and for that reason I didn’t react to other offers.
They came in after I left Everton. Two were from clubs in the Premier League, and there were other possibilities elsewhere in Europe.
“But I want to take a step back, to see what went well and what went wrong among other reasons.