Swansea City have failed to win in the Premier League since their opening-day triumph at Burnley, leaving the Welsh outfit just one point above the drop zone.
According to The Mirror, Swansea are not likely to sack Francesco Guidolin this week and will instead wait until the upcoming international break to evaluate the situation.

It is claimed that current Wales boss Chris Coleman and ex-Wales international Ryan Giggs are City’s top-two targets, although the former has already rejected the advances of Premier League side Hull City this season.

Should Giggs take on the job, it is understood that Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes will be asked to join him at the Liberty Stadium as part of his backroom staff.

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