The RFU have reportedly drawn up a four-man shortlist to replace Eddie Jones, who will leave the role of England head coach following the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
The 61-year-old became the first non-British coach to lead the Red Rose after he succeeded Stuart Lancaster in 2015, having led Japan on an impressive campaign earlier in that year’s World Cup.
He’s since guided England to a runner-up finish behind South Africa at the 2019 tournament and has won three Six Nations titles, including a Grand Slam victory as part of an undefeated 2016.
Check out who is reportedly on the shortlist to replace Jones following the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
#1. Andy Farrell
The irony with Farrell is that he is arguably the most obvious candidate and fits the role as well as anyone, but he might be the toughest for the RFU to land due to his long-term deal with Ireland.