Chris Coleman is set to become manager of Sunderland, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC, after leaving his job as Wales boss on Friday.
On Thursday, sources said that Coleman was the top candidate for the Sunderland job, and the Black Cats have now convinced him to take over at the Stadium of Light.
Coleman's future as Wales manager has been in doubt following their failure to qualify for next summer's World Cup finals in Russia, and he left his role on Friday after talks with the Welsh FA failed...
Wales boss Chris Coleman has emerged as the clear front-runner for the vacant manager's job at Sunderland, sources close to the Welshman told ESPN FC.
Coleman's future as Wales manager has been in doubt following their failure to qualify for next summer's World Cup finals in Russia.
The 47-year-old has opened talks with the Football Association of Wales over a new deal, but after Tuesday's draw with Panama, he refused to rule out a return to club management.
Sunderland are searching for a new manager...
Chris Coleman said he hoped he was not managing Wales for the final time after the 1-1 draw with Panama.
Coleman is set to thrash out his future in the next week as he resumes talks with the Football Association of Wales over a new deal.
The 47-year-old wants certain guarantees over his backroom staff and it remains to be seen whether the FAW will meet those assurances,
And Coleman -- who saw his side denied victory in the third minute of stoppage time when Armando Cooper cancelled out Tom Lawrence's...
Chris Coleman marked what could be his final game as Wales manager with a 1-1 draw against World Cup finalists Panama.
Tom Lawrence's 75th-minute wonderful solo strike - his second Wales goal - looked like settling a hard-fought friendly in Cardiff.
But Wales, who saw Sam Vokes fail to convert a first-half penalty, were pegged back in the third minute of stoppage time when Armando Cooper rifled past Darren Ward.
Coleman has yet to sign a new contract, with talks set to resume after this match, but...