Everton have approached Southampton boss Ronald Koeman about becoming their new manager, Sky sources understand. . Talks between Everton and Koemans agent Rob Jansen have been led by majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri and the club now have to agree compensation of at least £3m with the Saints, according to Sky sources, before the further talks can progress.On Saturday, Jansen was quoted in the Dutch media saying a deal had been reached for Koeman to become the next Everton manager. However, Jansen has told Sky Sports News HQ there is no agreement in place as of yet between Everton and Southampton and says it is premature to say a deal has been done. It is understood Everton would be prepared to pay Koeman an annual salary in the region of £6m and give him around £100m to spend in the transfer market this summer.It is thought that Moshiris long-term vision has been detailed to Koeman in full, including transfer budget and stadium plans, in a second, signficant advance to convince the Dutchman to make the move to Merseyside. Koeman could take over from former Everton boss Roberto Martinez (left) On Thursday, Dutch journalist Marcel van der Kraan told Sky Sports News HQ that Everton had made a second massive move for Koeman - the manager that topped the shortlist after Roberto Martinez was sacked.Unai Emery and Frank De Boer remain on that list of candidates but they have now drifted out 5/1 and 14/1 respectively, with the latter having been odds-on following his earlier departure from Ajax.Koeman led Southampton to a sixth-place finish in the Premier League, five positions ahead of Everton, withMartinez losing his job as a consequence of the Evertons underachievement.The Merseysiders reached the semi-finals of both domestic cups this season, but Martinez was sacked on May 12 after a slump in their league form and a run of just six wins at Goodison Park in the 2015/16 campaign. Also See: Everton make move for Koeman Everton to miss out on Monchi Koeman odds on for Everton Martinez lost the dressing room . "Win basketball games," Collins said. He will get at least a few more chances. Collins played the final minutes of a winning home debut with the Brooklyn Nets, who cooled off the Chicago Bulls with a 96-80 victory Monday night. .Kessy tried to show what he can do playing left wing for the Oilers in 5-0 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday in pre-season action.MALELANE, South Africa - Branden Grace held his nerve while others faltered Sunday, pulling away for a commanding seven-shot victory at the Alfred Dunhill Championship.Grace started the day with a one-shot advantage over Lucas Bjerregaard, but quickly widened the gap when the Dane had a bogey on the first and Grace birdied the second.Bjerregaard fell away badly thereafter to card a 17-over 89, while Grace finished with a 4-under 68 and a 20-under total of 268 for the event. It was the 26-year-old South Africans fifth victory on the European Tour, and he became the first person to lead after all four rounds of the Alfred Dunhill Championship.Its special to win it wire-to-wire, more so because its in front of a local crowd, Grace said. It was a pretty flawless round today and the perfect way to finish off an incredible tournameent - a great week in the office. . Fellow South African Louis Oosthuizen shot a 69 to finish second, while Trevor Fisher Jr., Andrew Johnston and Danny Willett were three shots further back in third.Willett was two shots behind Grace going into the final round but only managed a 76 after finishing with a double bogey on the 16th, bogey on 17 and a triple bogey on 18. Francesco Molinari was fourth overnight but also shot a 76 to drop to a tie for sixth, 11 shots behind the winner.Grace mixed six birdies with two bogeys and never looked threatened, finishing with a birdie on No. 18.Bjerregaard unravelled after a triple bogey on the par-3 seventh hole where he landed in the water. He needed 50 shots on the back nine, which included a quadruple bogey on the par-4 11th, two double bogeys and five bogeys. ' ' '