According to The Mirror (May 20, page 50), Swansea City will speak to the Queens Park Rangers assistant manager, John Eustace, about succeeding Graham Potter this week. And the newspaper claims the respective Barnsley and Sunderland bosses, Daniel Stendel and Jack Ross, are also among the potential candidates.
Potter is expected to become the new Brighton and Hove Albion manager, after the Premier League club triggered his £2 million release clause.
The 39-year-old was only last week named as Mark Warburton's number two at Loftus Road, although he may be more attainable target than either Stendel or Ross - especially if the latter's Sunderland side join Barnsley in making an immediate return to the Championship.
Stendel led Barnsley to second in League One, pipping Sunderland in both his and Ross's first ever season in English football.
Which of the Queens Park Rangers, Barnsley and Sunderland men would make the best Swansea City appointment?
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