Crystal Palace could go for former Watford FC manager Javi Garcia as the replacement for Roy Hodgson.
Palace has been in talks with a series of managers for the vacant managerial position but is yet to settle on any with the latest reports linking them with Garcia.
According to The Athletic via Caught Offside, Palace will be looking to bring on Garcia who is currently a free agent having left Laliga side Valencia last season.
His record with Watford in the Premier League is something said to be attractive for Palace even though there are some fears going by the work he did with Valencia in his last time out in the dugout.
Apart from Garcia, the vacant position at the London club has attracted the likes of former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo and former Chelsea FC manager Frank Lampard; the side eager to appoint someone before the start of the preseason in the first weeks of July.