Slavisa Jokanovic is reportedly set to leave Sheffield United with the Championship side languishing in 16th place this season.
Former Watford and Fulham boss Jokanovic was named Chris Wilder’s replacement last summer and tasked with rebuilding the Blades after a torrid campaign that saw them relegated from the top flight.
The 53-year-old signed a three-year deal, becoming the club’s first overseas manager. His impressive tenures with the Hornets and Cottagers left fans optimistic that he could get the Blades straight back up.
Slavisa Jokanovic is set to be sacked by Sheffield United after a poor start to the campaign
However, a lacklustre start to the campaign has seen the Serb’s job hang by a thread, with the Telegraph reporting that he is set to be given his marching orders by the club.
United’s 1-0 win over strugglers Reading on Tuesday night was their first league victory in five games, and they currently sit eight points adrift of the play-off spots.
The Blades made several high-profile loan signings in the summer, with Wolves star Morgan Gibbs-White joining for the season, as well as Aston Villa midfielder Conor Hourihane.
Liverpool defender Ben Davies also joined for the season, as did former Everton goalkeeper Robin Olsen, from Roma.
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