Conte's price slashed - What are the odds on the next manager to be sacked?

Martin Macdonald
Martin Macdonald 28 Jan 2022 23:58 CET 2 min read
Where next for Antonio Conte?

Tottenham manager Antonio Conte has been made one of the favourites to be the next Premier League manager to lose his job.

The Italian is available for as short as 11/2 to go - albeit if he were to depart his post, it would likely be on his own terms, with the former Juventus and Inter boss unhappy with the club's inability to land his key transfer targets.

More commonly, he is available at 25/1, but there is a clear feeling in some quarters that something could be brewing at Spurs.


Newcastle manager Eddie Howe is the joint-favourite to be the next Premier League boss sacked.

Claudio Ranieri was jettisoned by Watford earlier this week, which has left no clear favourite in this particular race. Incidentally, his replacement Roy Hodgson does not yet have a price, but given the notoriously trigger-happy nature of the Watford board, it is unlikely to be a long one.

While Burney boss Sean Dyche is available at 5/1 to be sacked and Antonio Conte as short as 11/2 at some bookmakers, in terms of the best odds available on each manager, Howe is right up there.

The Newcastle post, of course, always promised to be a difficult one given the group of players he was inheriting and the lofty expectations of the club. It was anticipated, however, that Newcastle might have had a stronger transfer window.

With little guarantee they will make the raft of signings they need to guarantee safety, it is natural that Howe's role has been called into question.

Burnley boss Dyche, meanwhile, is under pressure because of the club's status in the table, albeit they have numerous games in hand.

Meanwhile, the odds on several managers are lengthening, including Ralf Rangnick of Manchester United and Brendan Rodgers of Leicester.

The safest managers, according to the odds, at least, are Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola and Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp, who just happen to have the two strongest teams in the league.

Who will be the next Premier League manager to leave?

Who will be the next Premier League manager to leave?

Sean DycheBurnley 10/1
Eddie Howe Newcastle 10/1
No manager to leave- 16/1
Ralf Rangnick Man Utd 16/1
Marcelo Bielsa Leeds United 20/1
Ralph Hasenhuttl Southampton20/1
Thomas Tuchel Chelsea 22/1
Antonio Conte Tottenham 25/1
Brendan Rodgers Leicester City 28/1
Dean Smith Norwich 28/1
Graham Potter Brighton 40/1
Mikel Arteta Arsenal 40/1
Patrick Vieira Crystal Palace 50/1
Thomas Frank Brentford 50/1
Bruno Lage Wolves 66/1
David Moyes West Ham 66/1
Steven Gerrard Aston Villa 80/1
Pep Guardiola Man City 100/1
Jurgen KloppLiverpool100/1