Rotary-cell phone is back in the mix after being a surprise inclusion in the 2020 World Cup bid.
Former England captain Wayne Rooney has been linked with the job with former England captain Michael Owen also linked with a move, with the FA also hoping for a change in coach and players manager, with former Manchester United defender Ryan Giggs being tipped for the role.
The FA have already announced they will be holding a coaching search for a new manager in the coming weeks and they have also confirmed that a new head of football has been named, with Wayne Rooney, who retired from international football earlier this year, as the man to take charge of the team.
Rooney is widely tipped to succeed Frank Lampard, who is set to step down from the role he was a part of during the 2016 World Cup after suffering an injury.
He was one of the best players at his position during the tournament, scoring 11 goals in 36 appearances, including four in the final, which was won by Germany.
The 52-year-old is currently the coach of Dutch side FC Groningen, but his coaching credentials include his stints with England and France.
Roofs tenure in the England game lasted until the end of the 2019 season, and the FA confirmed on Thursday that Rooney would be staying in the job.
“It is a massive honour to lead the England squad to victory in front of our home fans,” Rooney said in a statement.
“The World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world, and every player on the England team deserves to be given the opportunity to play for their country.”
I want to thank everyone at the FA for their trust in me, and I am confident that I can deliver the best possible team for England.
“A total of four players are set to leave the squad at the end