* UPDATE * The next Premier League manager is likely to be sacked

A dramatic start to 2022/23 Premier League The season has seen many managers sacked and many under pressure, with more departures on the horizon if results improve.

Scott Parker became the first managerial casualty of the season, leaving Bournemouth just weeks into the campaign before Thomas Tuchel announced he had left Chelsea.

Graham Potter then moved from Brighton to Stamford Bridge, before Wolves parted company with Bruno Lage after a shocking start to the season.

RealSport101’s Harry Smith is ready to give you the latest odds on the next manager departure in the league.

The next manager of the Premier League leaves the impossible

The next Premier League manager is likely to leave by Tuesday, January 24.

  • David Moyes – 11/10
  • Jesse Marsh – 6/1
  • Gary O’Neill – 7/1
  • Antonio Conte – 8/1
  • Brendan Rodgers – 9/1
  • Graham Potter – 12/1
  • Nathan Jones – 14/1
  • Thomas Frank – 20/1
  • Patrick Vieira – 20/1
  • Jurgen Klopp – 25/1
  • Steve Cooper – 33/1
  • Julien Lopetegui – 40/1
  • No manager to leave – 50/1
  • Marco Silva – 66/1
  • Eric Ten Haag – 100/1
  • Una Emery – 100/1
  • Roberto De Zerbi – 100/1
  • Eddie Howe – 100/1
  • Mikel Arteta – 100/1
  • Pep Guardiola – 100/1

The current favorite to be the next Premier League manager to leave his club is West Ham’s David Moyes, who is currently priced at 11/10 amid speculation over his future, according to bookmakers.


Leeds boss Jesse Marsh is said to be under pressure after a disappointing run of results with Leeds, while Antonio Conte’s future at Spurs is also up in the air as the London club struggle to produce consistent results.

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