Next Burnley manager odds: Sam Allardyce, Wayne Rooney and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer prominent in the betting as Sean Dyche is sacked
The Premier League’s longest-serving boss saw his 10-year tenure at Turf Moor brought to an end on Good Friday.
The 50-year-old steered the Clarets to two promotions from the Championship while overseeing six successive seasons in the top flight.
Burnley also achieved the unthinkable under the former Watford boss when qualifying for the Europa League having finished seventh in 2017-18.
Ex-Blackburn Rovers boss Sam Allardyce is the current favourite at 2/1 with SkyBet, followed by former Burnley defender Michael Duff at 9/2.
Derby County boss Wayne Rooney is a 8/1 shot with the bookies, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is 14/1, Nuno Esprito Santo 18/1 and ex-Liverpool chief Rafa Benitez is 22/1 in the betting.
Other candidates include — 20/1: Daniel Farke. 22/1: David Unsworth. 25/1: Tony Pulis, Michael Carrick, Roy Keane. 28/1: Slavisa Jokanovic. 33/1: Carlos Corberan, Claude Puel, Andre Villas-Boas, Claudio Ranieri, Ernesto Valverde, John Terry.