Silva joined Watford in the summer after narrowly failing to prevent Hull's relegation
Monday, November 13, 2017
Simon Jordan claims leaving Watford would not do Hornets boss Marco Silva any favours.
The Portuguese manager was reportedly approached to become the new Everton manager, which has subsequently been rejected by Watford.
The Merseyside club are on the lookout for a new manager after sacking Ronald Koeman in October.
The former Hull manager has enjoyed a good start at his new club, with Watford lying 9th in the Premier League table while Everton are 15th.
Watford's last game was a 3-2 defeat at Goodison Park which saw caretaker manager David Unsworth earn his first win at the helm.
Speaking on talkSPORT's Kick Off, the former Crystal Palace chairman said:
“I think he’s gone into Watford and he is doing a decent job there. It’s tempting for him.
“If he’s got any proper advisors around him and thinking of his own, he will know that managerial careers are built around upon a degree of integrity and reliability.
“Dropping out of the Watford job at such an early tenure when the first big job comes along will not do him any favours in the long run."