According to talkSPORT, Sam Allardyce is set to make a return to Premier League management as the new boss of Leeds United. The struggling team is expected to sack Javi Gracia on Tuesday, with Allardyce taking over for the final four Premier League games of the season. Allardyce, who has previously managed Bolton, England, and Everton, is expected to take over until the end of the season. Gracia was only appointed in February and Allardyce would be Leeds’ fourth head coach of the season after Jesse Marsch and temporary appointment Michael Skubala. Sporting director Victor Orta, who hired Gracia, is also fighting to save his job after extensive boardroom discussions on Monday. Tony Pulis and former United star Lee Bowyer have also been considered as caretaker options for Leeds. However, it appears as though Allardyce is the man to be tasked with trying to keep Leeds in the top-flight. The 68-year-old has been out of management for two years, with his last role being at West Brom, where he was unable to rescue them from relegation from the Premier League. Leeds have endured a woeful run of form and are sitting 17th in the table, level on points with 18th-place Nottingham Forest. They conceded 23 goals in April, a new Premier League record for goals against in a month, having slumped to 5-1, 6-1, and 4-1 defeats to Crystal Palace, Liverpool, and Bournemouth respectively. On Sunday night, fans’ group the Leeds United Supporters Advisory Board issued a vote of no confidence in both the club’s board and manager Gracia. Leeds’ next game is against leaders Manchester City on Saturday, by which time Allardyce could be in the dugout.