Leicester City today took the surprise decision to sack manager Craig Shakespeare, ending his eight-month spell in charge of the club.
The Foxes drew 1-1 at home to West Bromwich Albion on Monday night, with Nacer Chadli's opener cancelled out by Riyad Mahrez, rescuing a point for the hosts.
Whilst fans were disappointed with a home draw, few could have really expected to see Shakespeare lose his job the very next day, with Leicester releasing a statement on their official website earlier today confirming Shakespeare's exit.
Just eight months after replacing Claudio Ranieri, Shakespeare is out of a job, and Leicester are again in the market for a new manager.
With that in mind, bookmakers have already been pricing up odds for who could replace Shakespeare, and here are five of the main movers tonight...
Sam Allardyce: 2/1
Whilst Allardyce appeared to have retired when he left Crystal Palace at the end of last season, but he has since hinted that he could be open to a return to management. The former England boss, 62, is now the 2/1 favourite to replace Shakespeare whilst completing a return to the Premier League, though Foxes fans may not feel that he's a long-term solution.
Chris Coleman 3/1
Wales boss Coleman has seen his stock rise since landing the job in 2012, and particularly impressed at Euro 2016, where he took Wales to the semi-finals. Now, with Wales' World Cup qualifying hopes over after losing to Ireland last week, Coleman looks set to move on and return to club management, and he has emerged as a 3/1 frontrunner for the Leicester job.
Carlo Ancelotti 8/1
A former Champions League winner with AC Milan and Real Madrid, Ancelotti is out of work having lost his job with Bayern Munich last month. The Italian has managed high-profile clubs such as Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain in recent years, meaning that a move to Leicester may be seen as something of a step down, but he is currently 8/1 to take the job, in what would be a hugely ambitious move.
Appleton surprisingly took the decision to leave his post as Oxford United manager over the summer, in order to become Shakespeare's assistant at Leicester. Now an 8/1 shot to land the Leicester job, Appleton has been named as caretaker manager in Shakespeare's absence, and could be a surprise name in the frame for the Foxes.
Nigel Pearson 10/1
Former Leicester boss Pearson lost his job in 2015, prompting the appointment of Claudio Ranieri, but is now in the bookmakers' odds to return, coming in at 10/1. The 54-year-old, who is still fairly well-liked at the King Power Stadium after two spells in charge, would be a surprise choice to replace Shakespeare given his torrid spell with Derby County and his surprise recent move to Belgian side OH Leuven.