Sheffield Wednesday: Here's the latest bookies' odds on the next Owls manager as three leading candidates emerge

Sheffield Wednesday are on the hunt for a new manager, as the Owls look to find a successor to Steve Bruce with less than two weeks until the seasons begins.

Monday, 22nd July 2019, 9:01 am
Updated Monday, 22nd July 2019, 10:02 am

Here’s who Sky Bet have as the current favourites for the job...

Odds: 16/1. The Frenchman last managed Morocco at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, and has had previous stints with the likes of Lille and Sochaux.
Odds: 16/1. The former Turkey star has managed extensively in his home country, but is yet to win a trophy as coach.

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Odds: 16/1. The 40-year-old lead Lincoln to League One glory last season, and is a rising star in football management.
Odds: 16/1. He last position was at Nottingham Forest, where he picked up a 30% win rate in his one year spell.
Odds: 14/1. He was the initial front-runner for the job, but his odds have lengthened considerably since last week.
Odds: 14/1. Released by Brighton at the end of last season, he's was one of the fans' initial favourites to take the reins at Hillsborough.
Odds: 12/1. A former Owls player, Pearson has been without a club since leaving Belgian side OH Leuven last February.
Odds: 12/1. He left Dutch giants Feyenoord at the end of last season, and could be set to manage in England for the first time.
Odds: 11/1. the Welshman is looking for a new club after leaving Middlesbrough in May, and his odds have grown shorter over the last 48 hours.
Odds: 10/1. The 40-year-old was recently sacked by Birmingham City, and spent a loan spell with the Owls as a player back in 2002/02.
Odds: 5/1. The 45-year-old was sacked by Stoke City last January, after 29 matches in charge.
Odds: 3/1. Many Owls fans have called for Bullen to be given the nod, but his odds have drifted since last week.
Odds: 5/4. The former Wales boss' odds changed dramatically in the few days, and he's now the bookies' favourite for the job.