Brighton manager Graham Potter has made the switch to Premier League giants Chelsea after they sacked popular manager Thomas Tuchel on Wednesday morning.
The German had endured a frustrating start to the 2022/23 Premier League campaign following a summer of major backing from new owner Todd Boehly, and a 1-0 away defeat to Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League proved the final straw in Tuchel’s reign at Stamford Bridge.
Brighton are now left without a manager following a dream start to the new Premier League season and owned Tony Bloom will act quickly to ensure his club’s momentum isn’t thwarted by this news.
RealSport101’s Harry Smith is on hand to run you through the last odds for the new Brighton manager betting market.
Next permanent Brighton manager odds
The odds for Graham Potter’s replacement are correct as of Thursday, September 8th.
- Franck Haise – 5/6
- Kjetil Knutsen – 3/1
- Bo Svensson – 6/1
- Steve Cooper – 6/1
- Roberto De Zerbi – 12/1
- Ange Postecoglu – 16/1
- Nathan Jones – 18/1
Who will replace Graham Potter at Brighton?
Many will look towards Swansea manager Russell Martin as a potential replacement for Potter, given the similarities in the style of play and managerial styles. The former Norwich defender has endured a frustrating campaign so far, but his stock remains high.
Chris Wilder is another option for the Seagulls. He enjoyed an incredible debut Premier League season with Sheffield United and could be prized away from Middlesbrough following a tough start to his second campaign on Teesside.
Kjetil Knutsen is a Brighton appointment to a tee. The Norwegian boss has impressed in his spell with Bodø/Glimt and is due a move to Europe in the near future.