It is reported that England's batsman Mark Ramprakash is to considered as the new head coach of the Sri Lankan national team.
According to cricket internal reports, he is willing to take over as the head coach of the Sri Lankan cricket team.
50-year-old Ramprakash, is a former England batsman who has scored over 2,350 runs in 52 Tests representing England.
Ramprakash is also said to have coached the Middlesex state team.
Ramprakash, a powerful batsman for Middlesex and Surrey, has scored 35,659 runs in 461 matches with 114 centuries and 147 fifties in first class matches.
The discussions between Ramprakash and Sri Lanka Cricket have come to the final stages and it is envisaged that a final decision will be reached by the end of the week.
It is reported that former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee is to be appointed as the Sri Lanka cricket team's fast bowling coach after the Australian tour.
Rumesh Ratnayake serves as the Sri Lanka Cricket's fast bowling coach and the temporary head coach.
Brett Lee, hailed as the fastest right arm bowler in the early decade of 2000, has taken 310 wickets in 76 Tests and 380 wickets in 221 ODIs.
Brett Lee, 42 years old, and is more famous worldwide as a commentator more than a coach.