Swans target Seasiders boss
Swansea look set to turn their attentions to Blackpool boss Ian Holloway after Wigan number two Graeme Jones turned the job down.
Jones was Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins' first choice to replace Brendan Rodgers who left to take charge of Liverpool, but the Latics man turned it down.
Jones is reported to have told Jenkins he does not see himself as a manager and would prefer to keep his current job of working alongside Roberto Martinez at the DW Stadium.
Jenkins has now had to switch his attentions elsewhere and some reports have gone as far as suggesting that Holloway has already been interviewed for the vacant position.
The Seasiders boss is also on Wigan's wanted list should Martinez leave and it is no surprise to see him linked with a return to the Premier League following his fine work with Blackpool.
As far as other candidates go Rayo Vallecano coach Jose Ramon Sandoval and Dane Michael Laudrup have also been linked.