League One Fleetwood Town could make a summer move to try and snap up former Leeds United manager Simon Grayson as their new manager, according to Alan Nixon on Twitter.
The seaside club are looking for a new man in charge after parting ways with Uwe Rosler this season, although interim manager John Sheridan has also been impressing his bosses since stepping into the managerial hotseat.
However, it appears the Cod Army owners have Grayson in mind, who is currently working for Bradford City, but is not expected to stay at the club beyond the end of this season.
Grayson began the season in charge at Championship side Sunderland after leaving his role with Preston North End, but his task in the north east was always deemed to fail, and he was subsequently relieved of his duties at the Stadium of Light and replaced by Chris Coleman.
He took up a role with Bradford this season after the Bantams decided to part ways with manager Stuart McCall, however, he only signed a short term deal, and it is thought that there is little interest from both parties in the deal being made any longer term, leaving Fleetwood open to swoop for the former Leeds man.
Fleetwood fans, what do you make of this? Would Grayson be a good appointment? Let us know in the comments!