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Former England skipper Ray Wilkins has told Sky Sports News HQ he does not expect Ronald Koeman to leave Southampton for Everton this summer. The ex-Chelsea and Manchester United star believes the new contracts handed to three Saints players in recent days may be a tell-tale sign that their Dutch manager is also staying on the south coast.Koeman is being linked to the vacant seat at Everton, who sacked Roberto Martinez on Thursday following their dismal end to the Premier League season. However, the news that Fraser Forster, James Ward-Prowse and Virgil van Dijk are remaining at St Marys may be down to a guarantee that Koeman will still be Southampton boss next season.Goalkeeper Forster has signed a new five-year deal, while midfielder Ward-Prowse and defender van Dijk are staying for six more seasons.Wilkins said: Forster is an England international, and young Ward-Prowse has done well for the under 21s. He may be looking for a bigger fish, and thats no disrespect to Everton or their supporters. Ray Wilkins Would they have sought guarantees from Koeman that he was going to remain there before signing their contracts?Both have improved under him and, in the modern day game, they may have wanted assurances he was staying.And Wilkins believes Koeman may not view Everton as being a step up from Southampton, bearing in mind that the Toffees trail Saints by 16 points going into the final weekend of the season.He added: I think Southampton are the bigger club. He may be looking for a bigger fish, and thats no disrespect to Everton or their supporters. Ray Wilkins believes Southampton boss Ronald Koeman will stay at the club this summer despite reports linking him with Everton. Hes done a magnificent job. When he went there (in June 2014) they had just sold about five players - three went to Liverpool - and he has had to rebuild all over again.He sells players but brings in top quality players who are accustomed to our league. I think hes ready for a go at the top four.Wilkins thinks the demise of Martinez maybe down to the teams failures when their opponents have possession.He went on: What Ive seen of Everton the last couple of years, with the ball they are exceptional, reaching two cup semi-finals this year, so its not all bad.With the ball good but without it not so good - or not as good as it should be. I think that has been their major failing.Its all about winning, and when you lose eight games at home, thats not good enough if youre a top club. Also See: Martinez sacked Next Everton boss Saints sign new deals Van Dijk commits Fake Shoes For Sale . 1 Pete Sampras. 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The important thing is not the speed of the recovery but that Michaels healing process progresses in a continuous and ccontrolled way," Kehm said.dddddddddddd Schumachers doctors started waking up the German driver one month after his crash in the French resort of Meribel. The 45-year-old Schumacher suffered serious head injuries Dec. 29 when he fell and hit the right side of his head on a rock. The German has been treated in the Grenoble University Hospital since then. His condition has stabilized following surgery after initially being described as critical. Experts have said it will likely be months before Schumachers prognosis becomes clear -- and that lasting brain damage is a possibility. Schumacher earned universal acclaim for his uncommon and sometimes ruthless driving talent, which led to a record 91 race wins. He retired from Formula One in 2012 after garnering an unmatched seven world titles. 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