Head coach Marcelo Bielsa has been sacked by Leeds United after a run of poor form that saw his side suffer several heavy defeats.
The 66-year-old Argentine, appointed in June 2018, leaves with the Whites two points above the relegation zone.
Former RB Leipzig coach Jesse Marsch is the overwhelming favourite to replace him.
Under Bielsa, Leeds finished ninth last season on their return to the Premier League after a 16-year absence.
But Saturday’s 4-0 defeat by Tottenham meant they had lost their past four games by an aggregate score of 17-2.
“This has been the toughest decision I have had to make during my tenure at Leeds United, taking into account all the success Marcelo has had at the club,” said Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizzani.
“With Marcelo as our head coach, we had three incredible campaigns and the good times returned to Elland Road. He changed the culture of the club and brought a winning mentality to us all.”