Swansea is looking for a new manager after Steve Cooper leaves.
The 41-year-old guided the Swans to the Championship playoff final in May, where they missed promotion to the Premier League at Brentford.
The former England junior coach, who guided the Under-17s to World Cup glory, has decided not to renew his contract at Liberty Stadium.
Cooper said: “I’m very proud of what we’ve accomplished over the past two seasons, especially getting to the play-offs final, but now is the right time for all parties to make a change.
“It’s a fantastic club, with incredible supporters and I am very grateful to them, the players and all the staff for making me so welcome here. I wish the team every success for the future.
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He will be no shortage of suitors and was linked with the Crystal Palace job before the Eagles named Patrick Vieira.
But who will be the next to walk through the gate in Swansea?
There are a lot of top managers out there, with Eddie Howe and Frank Lampard always available.
Meanwhile, Aston Villa assistant John Terry has also been mentioned as an early contender, while Neil Lennon and Alex Neil are among the favorites.
Here talkSPORT.com lists the bookmaker’s favorites for work in Swansea…
Next odds for Swansea’s next manager
- Eddie Howe – 4/1
- Frank Lampard – 5/1
- Alex Neil – 8/1
- John Terry – 8/1
- Neil Lennon – 8/1
- Paul Warne – 1/10
- Gareth Ainsworth – 12/1
- Tony Pulis – 12/1
(According to Oddschecker)