Leeds United have started interviews with candidates as they look to quickly replace Jesse Marsch, reports Sky Sports.
The Elland Road club parted ways with the American yesterday after a woeful start to the campaign.
They play Manchester United tomorrow at Old Trafford before hosting them on Sunday.
Leeds could find themselves in the relegation zone if they fail to pick up points against the in-form Red Devils.
They want a new manager in place and have been linked with West Bromwich Albion’s Carlos Corberan.
Real Madrid Castilla head coach Raul Gonzalez is also on their radar. However, he has reportedly rejected the chance to manage them.
Leeds are also keeping tabs on Rayo Vallecano manager Andoni Iraola after his side’s impressive performances.
Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou is the latest name to be linked with the job.
The Whites are 17th in the Premier League after 20 games. Only a superior goal difference separates them from the bottom three and drastic changes must take place.
They have won four games this term, with last weekend’s 1-0 loss to Nottingham Forest their 10th defeat.
Getting Raul looks improbable following the latest reports.
Corberan is aiming to lead West Brom to the Premier League, and leaving for Leeds right now may not appeal to him.
Rayo are fifth in La Liga after 20 games. They will be keen to hold on to Iraola to boost their chances of European qualification.
Celtic are top of the Scottish Premiership table, with nine points between them and their closest challengers Rangers.
They are also in the final of the Scottish League Cup and will want to keep Postecoglou.
Leeds could miss out on all their four managerial candidates and may need to look elsewhere.
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