Neville was surprisingly appointed as Valencia's new head coach, leaving football fans concerned about who would replace him on Monday Night Football.
Jamie Carragher has provided the answer to one of the most pressing concerns in football currently, by revealing what is in store for Monday Night Football now Gary Neville has been appointed as Valencia's new head coach.
The former Liverpool defender teased football fans by firstly hinting who would be joining him on the Sky Sports show for tonight's game between Everton and Crystal Palace.
Looking forward to MNF tomorrow got a very lively guest on!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 6, 2015
However, before the fans could then set about working out who the 'new Gary Neville' would be, Carragher clarified his earlier tweet by explaining that no-one would be replacing his former foe. Instead, a different guest shall be appearing each week.
Just to be clear Gnev2 isn't being replaced. We're going to have a different guest every week. Should be good!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 6, 2015
In terms of who will be dissecting this weekend's action, as well as the clash at Goodison Park, the Daily Mail have hinted that it will be Carragher's former teammate Craig Bellamy that will be filling the role.
The forward played for several clubs in the Premier League - including Manchester City and West Ham, as well as the Reds - and is currently studying for his coaching badges while working with Cardiff's academy and one of Wales' youth teams (via Mail).
Having been at the centre of several flashpoints throughout his career, Bellamy would also fulfil the "lively guest" description that Carragher alluded to.