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Former Leeds manager Jesse Marsch is set to replace Nathan Jones as Southampton new manager.

The 49 year-old who was sacked by Leeds earlier this month after spending just shy of a year could beat Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard also speculated in consideration for the job. Marsch development is coming after an initial round of talks on Monday for a potential contract with Southampton.

Southampton is currently at the bottom of the Premier League and urgently need a revival to change the position of the club on the League table. Despite Marsch being sacked by Leeds some pundits felt the decision was hasty as the American was gradually settling at the club playing attractive football which he is loved by some Elland Road fans.

With an important game ahead with Chelsea on February 18 a decision could come soon with Jesse Marsch named new manager at the St. Mary’s.

Reports claim Southampton have been shining light since he was at New York Red Bulls and his experience working in the Red Bull system is considered a huge appeal for the club. Also his coaching style of organization and attacking minded play is considered advantage having introduced a similar pattern at Leeds.

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