West Brom's Carlos Corberan is the big favourite to replace sacked Jesse Marsch in the next Leeds manager odds market.
Carlos Corberan has only been in charge of West Brom for five months but the Spaniard has impressed since taking over the Baggies.
In those five months, the 39-year-old has claimed 10 Championship wins from 13 games and has propelled West Brom from relegation into the top six. Corberan is currently a best price of 3/1 to take over at Elland Road but as short as 6/4 with one bookmaker.
Corberan’s teams play an attacking brand of football which Leeds supporters have become accustomed to and while he’s never managed in the Premiership he certainly knows the club well due to him being assistant to Marcelo Bielsa.
Ange Postecoglou (best price 14/1) arrived at Celtic after Glasgow rivals Rangers had spoiled the Parkhead club's attempts to win a 10th title in a row in 2020/21.
The Aussie helped to turn the tide, beating Rangers to last season's title by four points after 29 wins from 38 matches, and adding the League Cup after a 2-1 final win over Hibernian at Hampden Park.
His Hoops side hold a nine-point lead over their Glasgow rivals in the 2022/23 table having won 23 of their first 25 matches - scoring 78 times in the process.
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The favourite to become the next permanent England manager once Gareth Southgate departs, Argentine Mauricio Pochettino comes in at best price 14/1 in the race to succeed Marsch at Leeds.
In September of last year, the 50-year-old former Spurs and PSG manager was linked with a surprise move to Nice when the club's boss Lucien Favre was under pressure, but he reportedly favours a move back to England. Is he likely to dive back in with Leeds facing a battle to avoid the drop?
Kjetil Knutsen is reportedly back in demand (best price 10/1) having been a frontrunner for the Brighton job after Graham Potter left for Chelsea last September.
The 54-year-old joined FK Bodø/Glimt in January 2018, leading the Norwegian club to successive Eliteserien titles in 2020 and 2021 before finishing 2nd - two points behind Molde - in 2022. The new Eliteserien season is set to get underway in April.
Nuno Espirito Santo
Nuno Espirito Santo is currently 16/1 to take over the hot seat at Leeds United. Nuno will be remembered for his dreadful time at Tottenham but the Portuguese manager has reinvented himself in the Saudi Pro League with his Al-Ittihad side currently 3rd in the table and level on points with leaders Al-Nassar.
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