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Southampton could move to sack boss Ralph Hasenhuttl in the coming weeks after winless start to the Premier League season.

Southampton find themselves languishing just outside the relegation zone with four points from seven games so far.

That run has piled the pressure on Hasenhuttl, with reports from Football Insider claiming the squad have already been informed of his planned dismissal.

Hasenhuttl has won admirers in keeping the club clear of relegation in the last two and a half seasons but his start to the current campaign has left the board frustrated.

The Austrian is expected to be charge against Leeds this weekend but a poor result could see him gone by the end of next week.

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