Breaking News this afternoon from the Stoke City, where is has been reported manager Tony Pulis is set to leave the club after talks with owner Peter Coates.
He has come under fire from the Potters hardcore fan base this season with his tactics being questioned on numerous occasions, and their long ball football becoming predictable which led the club to flirt dangerously with relegation.
With his contract running out shortly, Coates is looking to re-jig the management at the Britannia, and it has been mentioned that Phil Neville is being looked at as a potential addition to the club.
Neville announced he would be leaving Goodison at the end of the season, and due to his recent injury record he may move directly into management, after helping Stuart Pearce during this summers U21 tournament with England.
Pulis has spent seven years at the club, and has won promotion during his time at the club as well as an FA Cup Final in 2011 where they lost to Manchester City.