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Steve Bruce

Steve Bruce Odds: 1/8

Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce is the favourite to be the next manager to go following the Magpies torrid start to the season, which has seen them earn just three points from their opening seven matches.

Following the news that Newcastle are set to be taken over by the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund, the Magpies boss’ future now looks incredibly uncertain as he is already very unpopular with the Toon Army faithful and now has no ties to the impending ownership, meaning that they will likely spend money to tempt a higher calibre manager to the club.

Bruce has had somewhat of a hostile reception since taking the role at St James’ Park having been a former Sunderland manager as well as portrayed as a significant downgrade on Rafa Benitez in the eyes of the fans. Some argue Bruce has done a decent job at the North East outfit though, keeping them clear of a relegation scrap in his two full seasons.

However, following the Magpies poor start to the season, and the fact that Newcastle will be expecting instant results up until investments can be made in January to reinforce the squad, the 60-year-olds future is up in the air and he is priced at 1/8 to be the next manager to leave - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!<br/>

Nuno Espirito Santo Odds: 10/1

Tottenham manager Nuno Espirit Santo is the second-favourite to be the next manager to leave his role as manager of a Premier League club.

The former Wolves coach had a quick start to life at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, as his new side beat the likes of Manchester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Watford 1-0 in each of his opening three matches, but, following three defeats in a row to Crystal Palace, Chelsea and Arsenal where his team were hopelessly outplayed, conceding three in each of these fixtures, his future has been speculated as his style of play is neither offering results or entertainment value.

It is well known that Nuno was not Spurs’ first choice as they chased former Chelsea coach Antonio Conte for much of the summer before being rejected by the Italian, but, recent results prior to their narrow 2-1 home win over Aston Villa have done little to solidify the Portuguese manager’s prospects, as the Lilywhites are expected to challenge for the top four, or risk club captain Harry Kane and other big-name players exiting the club.

Nuno is priced at 10/1 to be the next manager to leave a Premier League club. <br/>

Daniel Farke Odds: 12/1

Daniel Farke’s Norwich City side have been the definition of a yo-yo team in recent years, cruising to promotion in the Championship before an inevitable relegation from the Premier League and this year looks no different, with the Canaries struggling already this season.

Norwich have picked up just one point from their opening seven matches and have almost been completely written off by pundits to stay up in the top-flight and could the Canaries board run out of patience with their lack of game management and ability to challenge in the Premier League on a weekly basis, let alone stay in it?

Critics have pointed out Norwich’s lack of heavy spending in the summer to try and reinforce their Premier League status, especially with the sale of their star player, Emi Buendia. Throwing money at it and changing their style of play isn’t the desired philosophy for Farke and the East Anglia outfit, however, and they are happy with what the club is.

You do have to wonder if a new challenge could be on the horizon in the nearby future for Farke or Norwich, but the next Premier League manager to be sacked odds for Farke are priced at 12/1.

Claudio Ranieri Odds: 14/1

Despite only being appointed as Watford manager in the last week following the sacking of Xisco Munoz, former Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri is priced at 12/1 to be the next manager to leave their post.

Watford sacked Munoz after just seven games in charge this season, with the Hornets on seven points in 15th place, which is respectable for a newly-promoted side, but, the Vicarage Road club are very rash when it comes to sacking managers, as Ranieri will be the seventh person to have taken charge of a Watford game since the start of the 2019/20 season and the 18th time since 2011 Watford have changed managers if you include Mullins’ two caretaker spells.

Ranieri is priced at 14/1 to be the next manager to depart from his job in England’s top-flight.

Bruno Lage Odds: 14/1

Wolves manager Bruno Lage also features on this list having had a slow start to the Premier League season which sees the Molineux club sit in 12th.

If the Portuguese manager falls in the trap of having another spell like he had at the start of the season where his side lose four of the next five games then the 45-year-old could face the prospect of losing his job. His odds have increased of late due to his side winning three of their last four matches, but, the former Benfica man will know that he will likely have to improve on his current league position.

Lage has the odds of 14/1 to be the next Premier League manager to go.

Mikel Arteta Odds: 16/1

Next up on the list is Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta who has somewhat turned things around with three wins and a draw in his last four games, following crucial victories versus Norwich City, Burnley and Tottenham, before drawing away at high-flying Brighton.

But, the Spaniard will also know that this is far from job done, as the Gunners are expected to challenge for the European qualification places and a bad run of form could see the former Everton midfielder have his head on the line having never finished higher than eighth as Arsenal boss. Arteta will still have to improve his team’s league positioning, with the Gunners sitting in 11th place.

The 39-year-old is priced at 16/1 to be the next manager to lose his job in the Premier League.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Odds - 18/1

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under huge pressure from the Old Trafford faithful to win a trophy this season having failed to win one since taking over the reins from Jose Mourinho in December 2019, initially on an interim basis, before being appointed as the permanent manager of the Red Devils later on that season.

Following three losses in United’s last four matches prior to last week’s mixed results where the Red Devils drew 1-1 against Everton managed an unconvincing victory over Villarreal, having lost 2-1 to Young Boys in the Champions League and 1-0 to both West Ham United and Aston Villa, seeing them being knocked out of the EFL Cup and lose ground on top of the table Chelsea in the league, a lot of fans have been asking the questions if the Norwegian has taken the club as far as he can, seeing pressure mount up on the former Molde and Cardiff City manager with the likes of Antonio Conte being rumoured to be interested in the United job.

With a fixture list that sees United face Leicester City, Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City, Watford, Chelsea and Arsenal in their next seven league games, Solskjaer will have to come out of this with his team still in touching distance of those at the top or face a similar fate to that which Jose Mourinho had in December 2018.

What has certainly decreased the likeliness of the Norwegian being given the axe is the fact that Mike Phelan has recently signed a new contract at Old Trafford, whilst fellow coaches Michael Carrick and Kieran McKenna are set to sign new deals, showing commitment to Solskjaer’s process, hence why he is now at 18/1 - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!