Swansea City have allegedly decided not to renew the contract of manager Carlos Carvalhal.
On Tuesday night, Swansea's 1-0 defeat to Southampton left the club relying on Huddersfield Town losing their remaining two fixtures, but the Terriers' 1-1 draw at Chelsea on Wednesday has left the Welsh side on the brink of relegation.
Swansea now need to beat Stoke City and hope that Manchester City record a big win over Southampton to force a nine-goal swing, but according to the Daily Mail, the club's hierarchy are already putting plans in place to make a change in the dugout.
Carvalhal only penned a short-term deal in December, and Swansea will allegedly take the opportunity to make another switch in the dugout as they prepare for a overhaul in the summer.
The report also suggests that Carvalhal was not Swansea's first-choice target to replace Paul Clement at the end of 2017, with it being claimed that former boss Michael Laudrup was considered for a return to the Liberty Stadium.