Odds slashed on Brendan Rodgers replacing Solskjaer at Manchester United
Leicester City boss into Evens for United job as Ole lurches from one crisis to another at Old Trafford.
Well, according to some reports, United have now earmarked a successor to the Norwegian and that man is Brendan Rodgers.
Previously linked with the managerial role at Tottenham, it's a sign of just how far Manchester United have fallen that they would turn to a manager who was deemed surplus to requirements at Liverpool when Jurgen Klopp became available.
Zinedine Zidane is 5/1 yet he appears reluctant to leave his Spanish base. The France role appears to have a built-in work-from-home clause and it is apparently that that appeals to the former Real Madrid manager.
Then you get into the outsiders with Erik ten Hag 12/1, Julian Nagelsmann 20/1 and Massimiliano Allegri 22/1 - the same odds they've been for every other vacant role since the summer.
And, should they decide to go in-house - no not, Ronaldo - Michael Carrick, the current first-team coach, is 33/1.