Roberto Martinez revelation: Everton boss admits his future is up in the air

And he also believes he deserves credit for lowering the average age of the squad since replacing David Moyes as boss in 2013.

Martinez said: “I always have a very clear and constant communication with the board, but the focus now is to try to regroup, to try to get through this pain.

“When I took over as manager, there was a squad with an average age of 30. Now the average age is 26.

“I haven’t been able to sign players with a blank cheque. I think it’s quite clear to everyone that we had to manage our assets well, and we had to sell players.

“It’s time for scrutiny, I accept that.”

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