How Soccer Saturday could look with Mark Chapman and Roy Keane as Sky Sports plan Jeff Stelling exit

Sky Sports are being tipped to shake up their Soccer Saturday lineup as they search for a new presenter.

Sky Sports Soccer Saturday is set to undergo major changes amid the departure of Jeff Stelling.

Stelling has been the voice of Sky Sports’ flagship score update programme since 1994, beginning while it was Sports Saturday ahead of Soccer Saturday’s launch in 1998.

The long-serving host has decided to call it a day ahead of next season, and there is no doubt he will be missed by football fans up and down the country.

But what next for Soccer Saturday? Who will Sky Sports producers turn to as they look to reinvent the programme, or at least maintain its current viewership.

According to The Mail, BBC presenter Mark Chapman is near the top of the list, being considered for the position.

Chapman has been with the BBC since 1996 and hosts a number of programmes across television and radio, covering football and American Football.

Though, whether it’s Chapman or someone else that gets the gig, it seems the changes may not end there.

It’s reported by The Sun that there could be another shake-up in the studio.

The likes of Michael Dawson, Clinton Morrison and Tim Sherwood replaced Charlie Nicholas, Phil Thompson and Matt Le Tissier in 2020.

Though, it’s now being reported there could be more fresh faces, with Manchester United legend Roy Keane being linked.

Beyond Keane, former Arsenal star Alex Scott is also being tipped, as are the likes of Robbie Keane, Shay Given and Leighton Baines.

Glenn Murray and Steven Naismith have also been tipped for a gig, while Chris Kamara has recently confirmed he is sticking around despite some rumours indicating otherwise.