The latest regarding Leeds United's manager search after a busy yet unproductive 24 hours.
Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino is yet to make his mind up regarding the club's next manager.
Steve Evans remains the head coach, officially, but his days could be numbered after SkySports reported Leeds offered the role to MK Dons boss Karl Robinson, who turned it down.
Bookies SkyBet had previously listed Karl Robinson as the favourite for the position, but the developments have seen his odds increased.
Current favourite is Bristol Rovers boss Darrell Clarke, who is 1/3 on to land the role, with SkySports reporting the club's intention to speak to the manager.
It would not be a good look for Leeds if after being snubbed by a League One boss, they follow it up by rejection from a League Two manager.
Robinson remains second favourite at 4/1, with Steve Evans and former Leeds player John Sheridan sitting at 8/1.
Lurking as a distant outsider is former Leeds boss Neil Warnock, at 18/1.