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Fran Escriba took the club to promotion in his first season

With his previous deal set to expire at the end of next season Elche manager Fran Escriba signed a new 2 year contract with the club on Friday which will keep him at the La Liga outfit until 2017.

Escriba arrived at Elche in 2012, and took them to promotion in his first season in charge. Last term, after battling the drop for much of the campaign, Elche finished 16th, just one point clear of the relegation zone.

The Spanish press are reporting that Everton are currently in talks with Elche’s Colombia international midfielder Carlos Sanchez Elche’s Colombia international midfielder Carlos Sanchez .

The Toffees appear to be leading the chase to bring in 28-year-old Sanchez, who was a key member of his country’s march to the quarter-finals of the World Cup in Brazil.

Football Espana is reporting that the Merseysiders have triggered a two million euros clause in Sanchez’s contract with Elche.

Meanwhile Alicante side Hercules have completed the signing of Sergio Mantecón. The Madrid midfield player had formally committed himself to the club for the next two seasons. The official presentation to the media and fans of the former Elche captain took place last Thursday at the Rico Perez where he paraded with his new shirt.

Thus, Mantecón has confirmed his second spell at Hercules. The presence of both Dani Ram Barroso and Juan Carlos have been key to the player moving to Hercules as it is understood that he also had an offer from Second Division Club Ponferradina in Spain’s far Northwest

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