Claudio Ranieri has been sacked as Fulham manager after a hugely unsuccessful spell at Craven Cottage.
The former Leicester City boss was unable to right the ship at Fulham and lost his job after losing four games on the bounce and after failing to correct the Whites’ awful away form.
Several candidates are in place to take over on a permanent basis, with Scott Parker hired as caretaker boss after the Italian was sacked.
Here we look at several candidates that could take over at Craven Cottage, either now or at the end of the season.
The former Fulham midfielder became first team coach at Fulham and has now been tasked with being caretaker boss. Could he get it on a permanent basis?
Puel was sacked as Leicester City boss last week but would be handed an instant return to the Premier League if he were to be offered the Fulham job.
Wagner left Huddersfield in January, stating a need for a break from football management.
The Portuguese manager has been out of a job since leaving Swansea at the end of last season.
Moyes left West Ham at the end of last season but has been spotted at Craven Cottage this season.
Rowett was sacked as Stoke boss after a disappointing run with the Potters. However, the former Birmingham boss got Derby to the playoffs last season.
The veteran manager has been out of a job since leaving Birmingham City last season.
Currently managing in China, Coleman managed Fulham between 2003 and 2007 but has struggled since leading Wales to the semi-finals of Euro 2016.
Allardyce has been out of a job since leaving Everton last season.
Henry joined Monaco recently but was sacked after complaints about his management style.