Report: Sunderland and Hull City bosses want England job

England manager Roy Hodgson

Sunderland's Sam Allardyce and Hull's Steve Bruce both feature on the bookies' list to replace Roy Hodgson, alongside Crystal Palace's Alan Pardew and West Ham United's Slaven Bilic.

England manager Roy HodgsonHodgson quit after failing to land England into the latter stages of Euro 2016

Premier League bosses Sam Allardyce and Steve Bruce both want the England job, a report in Thursday's Sun newspaper (page 64) claims.

Allardyce led Sunderland to safety last season while Bruce steered Hull City back to the top flight via the Championship play-offs.

Hull City manager Steve Bruce and Alex Bruce celebrate with the trophy after winning promotion back to the Premier LeagueThis was Bruce's second promotion with Hull and fourth overall as a manager

However, the pair are said to be desperate to succeed Roy Hodgson as Three Lions boss, and would be available.

Allardyce signed a two-year deal at the Stadium of Light in October 2015, but has a get-out clause should the national team job become available, according to the Sun.

Sunderland manager Sam AllardyceAllardyce is said to have an England escape clause

Bruce, meanwhile, is on a rolling contract in East Yorkshire and is yet to commit to the Tigers despite last season's success.

Allardyce was interviewed as a potential replacement for Sven Goran Eriksson 10 years ago, but was overlooked in favour of Steve McClaren.

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew and his Bournemouth counterpart Eddie Howe both feature highly on the bookies' list of favourites, alongside West Ham United's Croatian head coach Slaven Bilic.

West Ham manager Slaven BilicCould Bilic return to the international frame?

Hodgson resigned in the immediate aftermath of England's shock defeat to Iceland in the European Championship's last-16.

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