Rafael Benitez is now under serious pressure following an annihilation from Liverpool in the Merseyside derby and the man leading the way as the favourite to take his spot should he be sacked is Denmark boss, Kasper Hjulmand.
After an unbeaten FIFA World Cup Qualifying campaign that saw the Danes concede just one goal in the final game of the group stage to the Faroe Islands, Hjulmand has only enhanced his CV more, something clubs in the Premier League have reportedly been eyeing up for some time.
Denmark would make it to the semi-finals of Euro 2020 under his guidance too, which is all the more incredible when you consider they were minutes away from going out in the group stages at one stage and given what happened to Christian Eriksen.
Mainz 05 remains the biggest team on his CV at club level, with the likes of Lyngby and Nordsjælland also on there, although he did win the Danish 1st Division with the former and the Danish Superliga a decade ago with Nordsjælland.
As we've seen with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who won league titles at Molde, winning in a mediocre league in your homeland will not translate to Premier League success, but following two incredible years in charge of Denmark, he remains a wanted man for his attacking style of play. Hjulmand is now the 3/1 favourite to take the helm at Goodison Park.