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Wednesday, 19 December, 2018

Chris Coleman early favourite to take over at Swans

Graham Potter also touted to replace Carlos Carvalhal

Former Wales manager Chris Coleman was recently sacked at Sunderland
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Swansea have very little hope of saving themselves on the final day of the Premier League season and are already planning for next season, having decided that manager Carlos Carvalhal will not be retained.

Carvalhal has paid the price for a run of eight games without a win which has left Swansea on the brink of relegation.

Chris Coleman has emerged as an early frontrunner for the job, despite his recent sacking by Sunderland.

The former Wales manager is Hills's 2-1 favourite for the post, while Ostersunds head coach Graham Potter is a 4-1 chance.

Wayne Rooney's Everton career could be in the balance after just one full season in his second spell at the club.

MLS club DC United have been linked with a possible move for Rooney and are 5-2 with Betway to sign the player this summer. Rooney is 8-13 to stay on at Goodison Park.


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Coleman has emerged as an early frontrunner for the job, despite his recent sacking by Sunderland
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