Allardyce will leave West Bromwich Albion at the end of the season and the club is looking for a replacement.
Chris Wilder and Frank Lampard will beWest Bromwich Albion
's main options for their bench next season.
With poor results this season, Albion will play next season in the Championship and is looking for a new coach for next season. However, they are in no hurry to choose a successor to Allardyce and are carefully monitoring the options.
Last week, negotiations took place between Allardyce and the club, and Allardyce asked the club to provide him with a suitable budget so that he could bring the team back to the Premier League next season. However, the club did not agree to the request and, therefore, Allardyce announced that he would leave the team at the end of the season.
According toSky Sports
, there are two options among West Brom's options for next season. Chris Wilder, who has been in charge of Sheffield United since 2016 and led the team to the Premier League, was sacked after poor results this season and relegation. West Brom are monitoring his situation and are looking to negotiate with him to lead the team to the Championship.
Also, Frank Lampard, who managed Chelsea well in his first season, failed to live up to expectations in the second season and was sacked in the middle of the season and was replaced by Thomas Tuchel. He is also another option for West Brom and it remains to be seen where the club's negotiations with these two coaches will go and which one will eventually lead West Brom.