• Frank de Boer missed out on the Eredivisie title to rivals PSV on Sunday
  • The Ajax manager parted ways with the club on Wednesday night
  • Everton lost 3-0 to Sunderland in the Premier League on Wednesday too 
  • De Boer’s agent, Guido Albers, says he is keen on a club like Everton
  • Some Everton supporters have called for Roberto Martinez to be sacked 

Kieran Gill for MailOnline

Frank de Boer has left Ajax ‒ just days after his agent said he ‘would love to join a club like Everton’ next.

The 45-year-old missed out on the Eredivisie title to PSV Eindhoven on Sunday and has parted ways with the club, having won Holland’s top flight four times since taking over in 2010.

It was confirmed that De Boer will step down on Wednesday night ‒ hours after Everton lost 3-0 to Sunderland in the Barclays Premier League.

Frank de Boer watches Ajax's draw with De Graafschap on Sunday
De Boer appears dejected after missing out on the Eredivisie title to PSV on Sunday

Frank de Boer has left Ajax but he would love to join a club like Everton, according to his agent Guido Albers

De Boer still had a year left on his contract at Ajax but has left the club after missing out on the title

De Boer still had a year left on his contract at Ajax but has left the club after missing out on the title

De Boer still had a year left on his contract at Ajax but his representative, Guido Albers, this week fuelled speculation that his client could replace Roberto Martinez at Goodison Park. 

Albers also named Valencia as another option.

FRANK DE BOER FACT FILE

Teams managed: 

Ajax youth (2007-10)

Holland (assistant, 2008-10)

Ajax (2010-2016)

Honours as a manager: 

Eredivisie title (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)

Johan Cruyff Shield (2013)

‘He would love to join a club like Everton or Valencia,’ Albers told NOS

‘It’s all about the right philosophy and how they play football. That is what Frank is looking for.

‘I have told Ajax there is no other club and I have not held discussions with anyone.’

Everton fans have called for Martinez to be sacked and their 3-0 defeat at the Stadium of Light did the manager no favours.

The Toffees were knocked out of the FA Cup at the semi-final stage this season, and some supporters stayed behind after their 2-1 win over Bournemouth to protest against Martinez. 

Ajax missed out on the Eredivisie title because they drew 1-1 against De Graafschap. 

They needed a win to confirm themselves as champions but dropping two points allowed PSV to steal the trophy by beating Zwolle 3-1.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez is under pressure from supporters after another disappointing season

Everton manager Roberto Martinez is under pressure from supporters after another disappointing season

Everton fans hold up banners calling for Martinez to be sacked at the Stadium of Light on Wednesday night

Everton fans hold up banners calling for Martinez to be sacked at the Stadium of Light on Wednesday night

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