Gareth Southgate is set for one final major tournament with England before stepping aside.
The former Middlesbrough coach has taken the Three Lions to a World Cup semi-finals and a European Championship final.
Now, he has one final chance to guide England to glory in Qatar, but after that, the FA will be on the hunt for a new manager.
One name who has been linked with the hot seat is Mauricio Pochettino and he has been speaking about the possibility of taking the job...
Pochettino - the next England manager?
Pochettino has revealed that he is open to becoming the next manager of England.
The Argentine has spoken about his great relationship with the FA and his fondest for living in the country.
The former Spurs boss also has a great track record for producing England internationals having helped Kane, Alli, Walker, Rose, Winks, Dier and Mason to earn their first call-ups.
He has been out of work since July after being sacked by Paris Saint-Germain.
But after this winter’s World Cup, the 52-year-old could make a sensational return to management and take charge of the Three Lions.
Pochettino told the Athletic: “Of course, my relationship with England has always been very good.
“We have a very good relationship with the academies, trying to develop young players for the national team.
“I feel so comfortable here. You never know what happens. I am open to everything.”
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