Huddersfield Town’s Championship rivals Charlton Athletic are seeking a new boss.
Town manager Chris Powell’s former club are being heavily linked with Israeli Guy Luzon, the former manager of Standard Liege.
Charlton and Belgian club Liege are both owned by Roland Duchatelet.
Ex-Tottenham Hotspur chief Tim Sherwood is also in the running according to bookmakers.
The South-East London club dismissed head coach Bob Peeters after only 25 league matches in charge.
The 41-year-old former Belgium international striker was appointed on a 12-month contract in May.
Only one league win in the last 12 games left Charlton 14th, a place above Town and 10 points off the play-off places.
The contracts of development coach Patrick Van Houdt and performance analyst Guy Kiala have also been terminated.
Luzon, 39, led Liege to a second-placed finish in Belgium’s Pro League last season.
He had previously managed several clubs in Israel, including Hapoel Tel Aviv, and coached the country’s Under 21 side for three years.