Gareth Southgate is the clear favourite to become the next permanent manager of England according to the latest odds.
Following Roy Hodgson’s late-night resignation the England under-21s gaffer is the name on punters’ lips and the support has seen his odds tumble into favouritism at odds of just 5/4.
However, Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has also been a popular bet at 5/1, along with Alan Pardew at 8/1.
Meanwhile, Harry Redknapp also finds himself chalked up at 8/1 to take the country’s top job after being touted several times in the past.
And finally, it’s a 5/1 shot England captain Wayne Rooney calls it a day on his international career before the end of this year.
Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: “It’s early days but all the momentum is with Southgate to step up from the U-21 side. Rooney’s time in France divided fans but as far as the odds are concerned it looks like he’ll keep playing for a little longer yet.”
Ladbrokes latest betting:
Next permanent England manager
Gareth Southgate – 5/4
Eddie Howe – 5/1
Glenn Hoddle – 7/1
Alan Pardew – 8/1
Harry Redknapp – 8/1
Sam Allardyce – 10/1
Gary Neville – 11/1
Wayne Rooney to retire from International football before the end of 2016 – 5/1
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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.