Was sacked at Chelsea after a slow start to the season. HE won the Champions League four months into the job at Stamford Bridge. Likely to get back to coaching soon.

Photos: Ten best managers looking for work including former Chelsea and Tottenham bosses

Some of the best football managers are without a job, but how long will they have to wait to get a Premier League spot?

The Premier League is broadly considered the best league in the world for multiple reasons, and managers across the globe are keen to move here for work.

In recent times, clubs have grown a ruthless edge as exemplified by Chelsea sacking Thomas Tuchel just six games into the season.

The German manager thought he had credit in the bank after leading the Blues to Champions League, Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup success, but instead, he was fired at the first chance.

Former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino also led Spurs to their first ever Champions League final- but lost his job just three months after that.

There are a litany of managers who have been fired across the league in a manner that is normally not seen in other countries, but what that also means is that there are jobs readily available more often than not in the Premier League.

So with the first international break upon us, new gaffers like Graham Potter of Chelsea and Roberto De Zerbi of Brighton and Hove Albion will hope to get settled in quickly and get their ideas bedded in.

They will be working on players that will stay behind as a result of not being called up for international duty or an injury.

The new managers will also know that the average Premier League boss gets less than 500 days in the office.

Thomas Tuchel who won the Champions League got only 595 days before being fired.

So with a high turnover of managers than any other league, here is a list of the best 10 who are out of work and waiting patiently for the next man to be fired.

Page 1 of 3