Hull City manager Marco Silva is a man in demand and has been linked with both Southampton and Watford in recent times.
The Portuguese boss has a relegation clause in his deal at the KCOM Stadium that will allow him to leave at the end of the season after he narrowly failed to keep the Tigers in the Premier League, and he won’t be short of potential suitors.
Southampton have been touted with some interest in him as Claude Puel’s future at St Mary’s remains under a lot of scrutiny, and it looks as though he wants to remain in the Premier League.
However, it looks like he’s set to turn down an approach from Watford as he awaits more ‘seductive’ offers from elsewhere, a report from Portuguese news outlet A Bola has claimed, as referenced by Sport Witness today.
The Hornets have announced that Walter Mazzarri is to leave the club this summer and had reportedly identified Silva as the next in line for the job, but it looks as though he’s willing to bide his time on other English offers.