According to The Mirror, Everton manager Roberto Martinez has already been offered two jobs as he edges towards the Goodison Park exit door.
The Toffees endured another dismal evening on Wednesday, as they lost 3-0 away to Sunderland with another pathetic performance.
That's now six points from a possible 30 for Martinez, and many expect the Spaniard to lose his job at Goodison Park this summer with a second bottom half finish in a row on the horizon.
Once a highly-rated manager, the 42-year-old's reputation has been severely dented this season - but he could still land a new job immediately after leaving Everton.
The Mirror report that, with Everton preparing to axe Martinez at the end of the season, the Spaniard has already received two job offers.
It's suggested that Martinez has been contacted by two clubs in his native Spain, with Valencia one potential destination for him following the departure of Gary Neville.
With offers already coming in, former Wigan boss Martinez should land on his feet if Everton do sack him this summer - but that decision still hasn't been made by the Toffees hierarchy, with the final day of the season coming up on Sunday afternoon.
Do you think Everton should sack Martinez?