Home  »     »   Mancini favourite for West Ham gig – Leeds boss Monk 8/1

Mancini favourite for West Ham gig – Leeds boss Monk 8/1

| 30.03.2017

Roberto Mancini is the early favourite to succeed Slaven Bilic at West Ham, according to the latest odds.

The former Manchester City boss has been chalked up as 3/1 favourite, amid reports that the Hammers could part ways with Bilic this summer.

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is second in the betting at 4/1, with former Hammers hero Harry Redknapp 7/1 for a sensational return to east London.

Garry Monk is 8/1 following his impressive stint at Leeds, while Ryan Giggs is 12/1 to be handed his managerial bow at the London Stadium.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “From the heights of last season’s seventh-place finish, Bilic could be out of the job this summer.

“Roberto Mancini and Eddie Howe top the betting, but it would be t’riffic to see Redknapp return to West Ham.”

Outside contenders including Marcelo Bielsa and Unai Emery, each at 16/1, ahead of Steve McClaren and Jaap Stam at 20s.

It’s also 20/1 that Claudio Ranieri makes a swift return to Premier League management, and it’s the same price that Frank Lampard gets given his first manager’s gig.

Former West Ham striker Paolo Di Canio is a long shot at 25/1, alongside Alan Pardew and Aitor Karanka.

And despite whispers that Huddersfield boss David Wagner might be approached by the Hammers, our traders reckon it’s unlikely at 25/1.

Click here for the next permanent West Ham manager odds.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting 

Next permanent West Ham manager

Roberto Mancini – 3/1

Eddie Howe – 4/1

Harry Redknapp – 7/1

Garry Monk – 8/1

Rafael Benitez – 12/1

Ryan Giggs – 12/1

Sean Dyche – 12/1

Marcelo Bielsa – 16/1

Unai Emery – 16/1

Steve McClaren – 20/1

Jaap Stam – 20/1

Claudio Ranieri – 20/1

Nigel Pearson – 20/1

Frank Lampard – 20/1

Alan Pardew – 25/1

Paolo di Canio – 25/1

Aitor Karanka – 25/1

David Wagner – 25/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.