Everton have agreed a deal to make Ronald Koeman their new manager. The Dutchman, 53, leaves Southampton after two years in charge, having led the south-coast club to seventh and sixth in the Premier League. Everton have been without a manager since they sacked Roberto Martinez just before the end of the 2015-16 season. The Toffees finished 11th in his third year at the club, with the Spaniard having promised Champions League qualification when appointed. Everton agreed a compensation package of about £5m with Southampton for Ronald Koeman. Koeman, who is on holiday, will take brother Erwin and fitness coach Jan Kluitenberg with him to Goodison Park.