One Premier League boss is currently favourite for the Wales job after it was announced this evening that Chris Coleman had resigned.
The former Welsh boss was unable to make it to the 2018 World Cup and that will be his last involvement as an international boss.
Coleman was unable to agree a new deal with the Welsh FA and was wanting several assurances for a new deal.
Now, Coleman has decided against renewing a new deal and is now set for a job in England’s second tier.
Though, for Wales, the World keeps turning and one Premier League boss is being targeted as their next boss.
That manager comes in the form of West Brom boss Tony Pulis who is well and truly under pressure at the Hawthorns.
The Welsh manager has been unable to get results with the Baggies for the majority of the season and is currently the favourite to be the next man sacked.
That could well lead to him getting out while he can by accepting a potential Wales job, or that could come after a potential sacking this weekend.
Reports this week claimed that Pulis has two games to save his job and they will come against Tottenham and Chelsea.
Kenny Jackett, Mark Hughes and Ryan Giggs are all next in line at 6/1 with William Hill as Wales prepare for the next international campaign.
Chris Coleman was Wales greatest ever football manager. Good luck in whatever you do. Thanks for the best summer of my life.
— Jonny Owen (@JonnyOwenFilm) November 17, 2017
Coleman set for job in England
While Chris Coleman has only just resigned from the Welsh job, he is already set for another.
That is said to come in the next 48 hours when the confirmation of his move will be released.
Safe to say, this job could well make or break his return to club management.