Ronald Koeman signs a 3 year long deal with Everton

Ronald Koeman has turned out to be one of the standout managers of the Premier League in recent times.

The Dutch coach was able to mark his name in the history-books of Southampton as he guided the team to their best finish of any Premier League season.

During the 2015-16 Premier League season, Southampton finished in 6th place as they secured 63 points which was more than any other season in the history of the club.

The 53 year old manager was also named as the best manager of the Premier League on 3 separate occasions; this was accomplished during his stay in charge of Southampton.

It was because of all these impressive accomplishments that the head chiefs of Everton decided to offer Ronald Koeman a managerial position in the team and it was recently announced that Koeman accepted it as he will be the coach of Everton for the upcoming 3 years

After it was confirmed and announced that Ronald Koeman was the new manager of Everton, the Dutch coach voiced his happiness as he said: "Everton is a club with a great history and real ambition and it is a proud feeling for me to be part of what we want to go and do, together with the chairman and Farhad Moshiri. I am looking forward to meeting everyone at the club and to preparing for a big season in the Premier League."

The arrival of Ronald Koeman to Goodison Park has sparked a series of rumors involving a number of players that might be leaving Everton while others that could be signed during the summer transfer window.

One of the players that Ronald Koeman and the rest of his team want to keep hold off is Romelu Lukaku and this is why they are prepared to offer the 23 year old attacker a salary of around £100,000 per week.

Romelu Lukaku is a key player of Everton as he has consistently been the player of the club that has managed to score most goals. During the 2015-16 season, Lukaku found the back of the net on 18 occasions which is way more than any other player of Everton.

This is why Everton is attempting to keep hold of the Belgian attacker for as long as possible.