Swansea have already begun their hunt for a new manager, following the departure of Brendan Rodgers to Liverpool. Chairman Huw Jenkins confirmed in a statement on Wednesday night that the Northern Irishman had asked to leave so he could take over at Anfield; the two clubs are understood to have agreed a compensation deal on Thursday.
It is understood that the club had started to make preparations for life without Rodgers as early as February, holding a series of meetings when the 39-year-old was linked with Tottenham.
However, former assistant manager Graeme Jones is tipped to return to South Wales. Jones is currently assistant to Roberto Martinez at Wigan.