Report: Under-fire Everton boss Roberto Martinez offered two jobs in Spain

Roberto Martinez is not in a jovial mood during the Premier League game between Everton and West Bromwich Albion on February 13, 2016
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Everton manager Roberto Martinez could reportedly return to his native Spain if he loses his job at Goodison Park this summer.

Under-fire Everton boss Roberto Martinez has reportedly been offered two jobs in his native Spain.

Everton have managed just one win in their last nine games towards the end of the season, exiting the FA Cup and dropping to 12th in the Premier League, and that has led to supporters calling for Martinez's head.

Ajax's Frank de Boer and Watford boss Quique Flores have been suggested as possible replacements for Martinez, who could head to Spain if he loses the Goodison Park post.

According to The Mirror, Valencia are one of the two clubs who may have contacted Martinez over becoming their manager.

Tonight, Martinez's side face Sunderland, who are aiming to secure their Premier League safety.

Follow the clash with Sports Mole's minute-by-minute updates.

Ajax head coach Frank de Boer looks on prior to the Eredivisie match against PSV Eindhoven on March 20, 2016
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