Next Premier League manager sacked odds: Pep Guardiola price SLASHED with Man City charged for breaking financial rules | The Sun

BOOKIES have slashed odds on Pep Guardiola being the next Premier League manager to leave his position.

Betfair are now offering Guardiola at 11-2 to be the next top-flight boss to leave his position after Manchester City were charged with breaking financial rules.


The Premier League has charged the Premier League champions with more than 100 breaches of its financial rules following a four-year investigation.

The commission can impose punishments including a fine, points deductions and even expelling a club from the Premier League.

Guardiola is now odds-on to leave the Etihad Stadium before the start of next season at 1-2, and his price collapsed from 100-1 to 11-2 to be the eighth Premier League boss to leave this season.

Betfair spokesperson Sam Rosbottom said: "Following the news of Manchester City being charged with breaking numerous financial rules, Pep Guardiola is now odds-on to leave the Etihad before the start of next season.

"Odds on Guardiola to be the next Premier League manager to leave their role have been slashed to 11/2 from 100/1 on Monday morning."

Nathan Jones still leads the sack race.

The Southampton boss was available at 14-1 heading into Saturday's clash with Brentford.

Next manager to leave their role (8th)

Betfair odds

  • Nathan Jones – 1/3
  • Jesse Marsch – 9/2
  • Pep Guardiola – 11/2
  • Gary O'Neil – 11/1
  • Graham Potter – 16/1
  • Brendan Rodgers – 16/1
  • David Moyes – 20/1
  • Jurgen Klopp – 20/1


However, he's now priced at 1-2 odds-on favourite after the defeat and cryptic post-match interview.

Southampton are bottom of the table, three points adrift from safety.

The 3-0 defeat to Brentford means they've now lost eight of their nine top-flight matches since Jones was appointed to replace Ralph Hasenhuttl in November.

Saints spent a little over £60million to add five new players to their squad for the second half of the season.

They spent more money than every club in the Bundesliga, La Liga, Ligue 1 and Serie A combined but his position is now under review by owners Sport Republic.

After the match, Jones said: "I've let everyone down because I was brought in to drive standards and that wasn't good enough today.

"I've allowed certain things to happen and gone away from what's made me successful in the past.

"I've listened to people and it's been to my detriment — I've compromised too much. What you’ve seen today, that’s not the way my teams play."




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