Dean Windass has exclusively told Football FanCast that Sam Allardyce will leave West Brom this summer should they get relegated.
The former England boss replaced Slaven Bilic back December, but has managed just three Premier League victories from his 18 matches in charge of the Baggies, leaving them on the brink of an instant return to the Championship.
West Brom have enjoyed a mini-revival in recent weeks, following up their shock win at Stamford Bridge earlier this month by sweeping aside Southampton nine days later to boost their survival hopes.
Allardyce hasn’t managed in the second-tier since winning the play-offs with West Ham nine years ago, and Windass doesn’t expect that to continue next season.
“I can’t see him staying if they go down, he told Football FanCast. “Can you see Big Sam managing in the Championship? Not him, he doesn’t need it.
“He looks at himself as a Premier League manager, so I can see Sam leaving.”