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Mourinho, Allegri, Wenger, Ranieri... top 7 available coaches

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José Mourinho

The Portuguese has had a number offers, most recently from Lyon, but has yet to return to management after being sacked by Manchester United last December, a decision that is now working nicely to Mourinho's favour as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's largely unchan

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Massimiliano Allegri

Allegri left Juventus at the end of last season and was linked with several clubs but has not yet been snapped up. The veteran coach has been mentioned in the same breath as Manchester United, with Solskjaer likely to go if the Red Devils get battered by

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Arsène Wenger

Wenger recently stated that he is itching to get back into management after two decades of prowling the Arsenal touchline came to an end in 2018. The Gunners have neither improved or declined significantly under his predecessor Unai Emery but no club has

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Marcelino

Marcelino was binned by Valencia at the outset of this season despite - or because of - his Coipa del Rey victory last season over perennial holders Barcelona as his relationship with Peter Lim disentegrated. A progressive and popular coach, a gig in the

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Claudio Ranieri

The architect of one of the great sporting achievements of all time, Leicester City's Premier League triumph in 2015-16, was last seen at Roma after taking over his boyhood club as a caretaker after the departure of Di Francesco. Whether retirment beckons

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Laurent Blanc

Blanc has emerged as the frontrunner to replace Sylvinho at Lyon and has often made eyes at Manchester United - and may be tempted to hang on and see just how long Solskjaer lasts at Old Trafford. Blanc has not managed since leaving PSG in 2016 and yet is

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