Next Premier League Manager to Leave Odds

Ralph Hassenhuttl, Southampton, Saints

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Next Premier League Manager to Leave odds

We’ve looked at the odds for the top five managers that are likely to leave their post, whether that be a resignation or firing, ahead of the 2022/23 season.

Ralph Hassenhuttl Odds: 5/2

Ralph Hassenhuttl is the bookmakers' favourite to be sacked following the Saints' poor start to the Premier League season after a woeful end to last campaign.

The Austrian manager has done a decent job at keeping the Saints out of a relegation scrap in recent years, but the team hasn’t progressed further and continues to linger in the bottom half, finishing 15th for the second consecutive year last season.

So far, Southampton have earned one point from their opening two matches having drawn 2-2 with Leeds United last time out after being thrashed 4-1 by Tottenham Hotspur on the opening weekend.

If the south coast outfit falls into a relegation battle and look like they’re in some panic, action may be taken to steer the club in a different direction, especially after spending around £50million on some new, young signings. It could even be the case that Hasenhuttl decides to embark on a new challenge after four years in charge at St Marys.

Next Premier League Manager to Leave odds 2022/23



Erik ten Hag Odds: 7/2

Erik ten Hag is the second favourite to be the next manager to leave following Manchester United's disastrous start to the 2022/23 season.

United were humiliated at Brentford last weekend as they were beaten 4-0, this was after a poor 2-1 loss at home to Brighton & Hove Albion in their opening fixture, meaning that they have had their worst start to a Premier League campaign since 1992/93.

The Old Trafford club had a relatively positive pre-season in terms of results, but, arguably come into the season with a worse squad than last time out having released Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba and Edinson Cavani and only signed Lisandro Martinez, Tyrell Malacia and Christian Eriksen, meaning that they are short in terms of depth and quality.

Reports have suggested that former Ajax boss ten Hag has been shocked by the state of the club and could contemplate leaving if the Red Devils fail to strengthen their squad, as he would've joined on false pretences.

Next Premier League Manager to Leave odds 2022/23



Frank Lampard Odds: 9/2

Eyes will be on Everton throughout the 2022/23 season, especially after surviving relegation last campaign under the management of Frank Lampard following Rafael Benitez's turbulent time as manager.

Lampard has a big job on his hands if he is turn fortunes around at Goodison Park, especially having lost his opening two matches against Chelsea and Aston Villa. The former Chelsea boss will want his team to avoid being dragged into another relegation dogfight, but it might not be plain sailing.

Everton have bolstered the defence, with the shrewd signing of James Tarkowski on a free from Burnley as well as Conor Coady of Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Blues also managed to sign Dwight McNeil and Amadou Onana, but, Lampard’s side may be in need of further signings, especially following the departure of star striker Richarlison who joined Spurs and with interest ramping up from Chelsea for Anthony Gordon.

The Blues had a suspect pre-season under Lampard, as the 44-year-old saw his side lose 2-0 to Arsenal and 4-0 to Minnesota United of the MLS. On top of this, the Blues lost 1-0 to Chelsea and 2-0 to Aston Villa in their opening two Premier League games. If results don’t turn around for Lampard, he could be out of the door.

Next Premier League Manager to Leave odds 2022/23



Brendan Rodgers Odds: 5/1

Brendan Rodgers could be in danger of being the first manager to lose his job after a lacklustre campaign with Leicester last season.

The Foxes have had a slow start to the season having drawn 2-2 with Brentford and lost 4-2 to Arsenal at the weekend.

In recent years, the Foxes have become one of the best of the rest behind the top six, and at times looked like pushing the top four for a place in the Champions League. Last season though was a bit of a damp squib, finishing in eighth position and out of a European place, as well as falling to a disappointing defeat in the fourth round of the FA Cup and not being able to put up a good fight to retain the trophy.

They also exited the Europa League at the group stages and were knocked out of the Europa Conference League. Leicester will also be without Ademola Lookman next season after the winger returned to his parent club, RB Leipzig. Lookman did well and provided eight goals and five assists in all competitions for the Foxes' last campaign. So far, Leicester are yet to bring someone in during this summer window.

With the likes of Kasper Schmeichel leaving to join Nice, Ricardo Pereira suffering a long-term injury, as well as James Maddison, Wesley Fofana and Youri Tielemans being linked with moves away, there is the possibility that the Foxes could slump into the bottom half of the table this season.

Next Premier League Manager to Leave odds 2022/23



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