Ex-Chelsea defender John Terry has emerged as one of the favourites to take over at Middlesbrough.
With Boro chairman Steve Gibson expected to hold interviews with potential candidates this week, we take a look at the leading runners to take charge at the Riverside:
It's believed Woodgate, who joined Boro's backroom staff in 2017, is under consideration for the manager's job. Earlier this week FIVE of Boro's first-team staff were let go, yet Woodgate remained at the club.
The former Fulham and Watford boss has seen his odds tumble after Sky Sports reported Jokanovic will be interviewed for the vacancy. He's not the only one under consideration though.
Someone who's snuck under the radar but is third favourite with the bookies. Heckingbottom took charge of SPL side Hibernian back in February.
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Another name which has entered the frame after a report from TalkSport claimed: "Terry is among the top candidates to become the Middlesbrough manager."
The former Brighton boss looks like an outside bet following reports he doesn't want the job.
One of the favourite a couple of days ago, the Lincoln boss has seen his odds drift recently. Cowley has also been linked with West Brom yet Lincoln claim 'no official approach' has been made for their manager.
The former Boro defender represents an up-and-coming manager after taking charge of Ajax's youth team in 2017.
Pearson has declared an interest in both the Boro and West Brom jobs this week. However, he remains an outsider to take over at the Riverside.
The ex-Argentina defender has also put his hat in the ring but isn't under consideration, according to recent reports.