Former Barcelona coach Luis Enrique, who is enjoying a year off after leaving Camp Nou in the summer, is among the names linked as a possible replacement for Unai Emery at Paris Saint-Germain.
French newspaper L'Euipe say the 3-1 loss at Bayern Munich in midweek could have consequences for Emery if it's a performance which is mirrored in the latter stages of the season.
Emery only just stayed in the job, despite president Nasser Al-Khelaïfi's anger, after PSG were beaten 6-1 by Barça in the Champions League in March.
Luis Enrique has been named by L'Equipe as one of the favourites to replace Emery, with Al-Khelaïfi and sporting director Antero Henrique having evaulated their options.
Also on the list are the Italians Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus) and Antonio Conte (Chelsea), the Argentine Diego Simeone (Atlético) and the Portuguese José Mourinho (Manchester United), although his philosophy, in theory, would count against him.
Conte and Mourinho have contracts until 2019 (the latter has an additional year possible, too) and Allegri and Simeone until 2020.
With less chances, say L'Equipe, are Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham) and André Villas-Boas, who has left Shanghai SIPJ to take part in the Dakar Rally.