Wolves sound out Lampard to replace Nuno but Lage remains clear favourite

Selhurst Park still the most likely destination for former Chelsea boss, while Blues may help Man Utd land Sancho.

SOCCER: Wolves have asked about Frank Lampard's availability to replace Nuno Espirito Santo according to TalkSport.

They say there have been enquiries as to Lampard's interest in taking over the role.

Lampard has been out of work since being sacked by Chelsea in January.

However, talk of the former England midfielder taking over at Molineux remains fanciful.

Former Benfica manager Bruno Lage is a short-priced favourite for the role, with Paddy Power pricing him up at 1/9 to take over from Nuno Espirito Santo.

The 45-year-old previously spent time as assistant to Carlos Carvalhal at both Sheffield Wednesday and Swansea. He spent a year-and-a-half as Benfica boss before leaving last June.

Selhurst Park still looks the most likely next destination for Lampard, with Crystal Palace 5/6 to be his next managerial role.

The England Under-21 job is a 2/1 shot, with a switch to West Brom at 7/2.

Sancho's United move helped by Hudson-Odoi's availability

Callum Hudson-Odoi Chelsea Feb21
Callum Hudson-Odoi Chelsea Feb21

SOCCER: Borussia Dortmund's pursuit of Callum Hudson-Odoi could pave the way for England forward Jadon Sancho to depart the Bundesliga club for Manchester United.

Eurosport claim Chelsea are willing to let Hudson-Odoi leave this summer. And, with United stepping up their pursuit of Sancho, Borussia Dortmund view him as an ideal replacement.

Hudson-Odoi made just ten starts for the Blues this season and is reportedly on a contract worth more than £100,000 a week.

Sancho is 5/6 with Sky Bet to move to Old Trafford in the summer.

Conte is latest manager to be linked with Tottenham role

SOCCER: Tottenham have reportedly offered Antonio Conte a massive contract which would make him the second highest-paid manager in the Premier League.

The Daily Express claim Spurs originally sounded out Conte more than two weeks ago. However, the former Chelsea boss remained committed to Inter at the time.

But now the Italian has walked out on the Serie A champions, they are in a position to make a follow-up approach.

Conte would bring a winning mentality to Tottenham, according to the Express, who claim the lack of compensation payout is also a plus factor for the 51-year-old.

Conte is in to 6/1 with Sky Bet to take over at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is currently the 8/11 favourite.

* All odds correct at time of publication

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