League Two side Oldham Athletic are in the hunt for a new manager. Here are five potential candidates for the vacant position-

Pablo Correa- He has emerged as an early frontrunner for the job. The Uruguayan boss has previously managed French trio Nancy, Evian and Auxerre and has out of the blue become linked with the Latics. Could he make his first step into the English game at Boundary Park?

Sol Campbell- The former England international kept Oldham’s fourth tier rivals Macclesfield Town in the Football League this season against all the odds. His name is being mentioned as a potential candidate for Oldham now.

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Mick Priest- He was Oldham’s assistant manager last season and could be given the full-time role over the summer. He has previously held roles at Manchester United, Rotherham United, Fulham and IK Start.

Steve Evans- The former Boston United, Crawley Town, Rotherham United, Leeds United, Mansfield Town and Peterborough United boss is available and will be looking to get back into management over the coming months. He is an option for the Latics and has experience of managing in League Two in the past.

Steve Evans during the EFL Sky Bet League 1 match between Rochdale and Peterborough United at Spotland, Rochdale, England on 11 August 2018.

Peter Clarke- If Oldham opt for an internal appointment again then he is an option. The 37-year-old defender has played over 100 games for the Latics as a player and could potentially go into management after his playing days are over.

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