Everton reportedly keen on Brentford boss Thomas Frank

Latest news regarding this key Brentford figure emerges after Everton sack Frank Lampard

Everton are reportedly keen on Brentford boss Thomas Frank. The Merseyside club are in the hunt for a new manager after deciding to sack Frank Lampard after their loss to West Ham over the weekend.

According to reporter Alan Nixon on his Patreon, the Toffees ‘want’ to appoint Frank now. They find themselves joint-bottom of the Premier League table and are two points from safety.

Brentford turned to the 49-year-old back in 2018 after his spell as their number two under Dean Smith and he has since worked wonders with the London outfit. He guided them to promotion to the Premier League back in 2021 and they have adapted well to life in the top flight over the past couple of campaigns.

Prior to his move to the Bees, the Danish coach worked in the Denmark national team set-up and had a three-year spell at Brøndby IF. He has a degree in Physical Education from the Copenhagen Institute of Sports Medicine and also studied sport psychology and coaching-based leadership.

In other Brentford news, Frank was happy with the draw away at Leeds United over the weekend. He told the club website: “It was a very solid away performance against a good Leeds side. I said before the game that I think they are good – they play with unbelievable intensity and they are very front-footed in their pressure – and they made it difficult for us to play.”