Watford in advanced talks to make Roy Hodgson their new manager
The Guardian says Watford hope to finalise a deal on Tuesday for Roy Hodgson to come out of retirement and replace Claudio Ranieri as their manager.
The 74-year-old former England manager is regarded by the club’s owner, Gino Pozzo, as the ideal candidate to oversee Watford’s attempt to avoid relegation.
Hodgson retired at the end of last season after a successful spell at Crystal Palace but is ready to return to work, subject to the discussion of final details on Tuesday morning. He would resume his status as the Premier League’s oldest-ever manager.
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