Bradford City manager Stuart McCall could be close to leaving the club, according to respected journalist Alan Nixon.
The former Motherwell manager led the Bantams to the playoff final in League One last season, but they ultimately came up short against Neil Harris and Millwall.
It appears now though that McCall is set for a shock exit from Valley Parade, in a move which will surely not go down too well with the Bradford faithful.
Should McCall leave, it will fuel speculation of a move to Yorkshire rivals Leeds United, something which will surely not go down well on the terraces of Valley Parade is such a deal is struck.
McCall only moved to Bradford at the start of last season, taking over from Phil Parkinson who moved on to Bolton and led them to promotion ahead of the Yorkshire club.
At the moment however it remains speculation, and there is nothing concrete in terms of the club allowing McCall to leave or McCall handing his resignation in.
Bradford fans, what do you think to this? Surely not? Give us your thoughts in the comments!