Watford reject Everton's approach for manager Marco Silva

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Watford have issued a hands off warning to Everton, and will not entertain another approach for manager Marco Silva.

The Portuguese nearly pulled off a miracle by keeping Hull in the Premier League last season before switching to Watford, where he has also started well.

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Despite having suffered a dip in form, losing their last three consecutive matches prior to the global break, the Hornets now find themselves in ninth place, six positions and four points ahead of Everton, who have endured a nightmare start to the campaign.

But the Hornets turned down an approach from representatives of Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri on Monday for the Portuguese coach.

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He nearly saved Hull from relegation from the Premier League and since taking charge at Watford he has guided them to their best ever top-flight start since the Graham Taylor era.

Simon Jordan claims leaving Watford would not do Hornets boss Marco Silva any favours.

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Everton themselves feel they can clinch that with an offer that would double his wages and promise ample scope to do business in the January window - especially as the club needs a striker - although no concrete discussions have yet taken place, since Watford are now completely unwilling to let their manager go. Silva has been in charge for just 11 Premier League games. Burnley's Sean Dyche is believed to want to hold talks with the Toffees while it would cost £2.5million to release him from Turf Moor, which is perhaps a much cheaper deal than one would be for Silva.

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