Interesting. I would have thought that if (somehow) we win the league at a canter and axing him has become unpopular amongst fans, the media and most importantly players then they would be interested in keeping him despite the obvious reservations. But there are certainly lots of very well qualified managers who are desperate to manage a decent squad in the premier league - especially with a full pre-season, a blank slate and some backing in the transfer market (as opposed to joining a club marooned in a relegation quagmire one third of the season in) - and their availability certainly undermines Xisco's job security. Re Sarr: the price will certainly go up if we get promoted. There are probably better fits/better value for City and Liverpool at 50-60m (though not at our championship price of 35-40m). Liverpool's front line is aging a little bit and they may be interested in cashing in on Salah now - but I'm not sure Sarr is good enough to replace him. City have Sterling, Bernardo, Foden, Mahrez and Ferran Torres. Maybe Mahrez leaves but hard to see Sarr getting much game time then. I like Sarr but if I'm City/Liverpool/United and I need to spend big to bring in a RW, I'd sooner stump up 100m to get Sancho than 50-60m to get Sarr.