Dyche took charge of Everton in January last season and successfully guided them to Premier League safety.


However, Everton have begun the season poorly, taking only one point from five Premier League games and sitting in 18th place in the league table.




The Toffees’ early season form has raised some eyebrows and put a question mark on the English tactician’s future at Goodison Park, especially with their also being concerns from some about the style of play.


Off the pitch Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is looking to sell the club and 777 Partners have agreed to buy the Merseyside outfit.



Now it is unclear whether anyone at Everton has the authority to sack Dyche in the midst of the takeover from American organisation 777 Partners.


It is said that the American organisation, who are also the owners of several other clubs, are admirers of Dyche.



Dyche also recently held meetings with the American organisation and claimed that they had not discussed his future.


If Everton’s form does not improve though, Dyche could come under pressure, with no clear way for the club to replace him.