Andre Villas-Boas expects to leave Marseille at the end of the season after the former Chelsea and Tottenham boss admitted to an "abysmal" failure.
The 43-year-old, who was appointed by OM in May 2019, will see his two-year contract expire at the end of this campaign.
Marseille sit 13 points behind Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain heading into the latest round of fixtures, occupying sixth place having lost their last three games in the competition.
Their UEFA Champions League performance was also far short of expectations, with Marseille finishing at the foot of their group with just three points.
Asked whether it looked as though he would leave in June, Villas-Boas said on Friday: "Yes, I think so. I don't have other information.
"But I'm not asking for anything, with the position we have, it's rather normal.
"With our performances this year, it's normal. It's true that it goes a bit against what the management said, but yes, I think it'll be the end.
"I think we all agree this is the path it's taking. Before, there was some noise, there were some talks between my agents and the club, now there's nothing."
Villas-Boas had hoped his team would be challenging PSG for the title, but instead they are outside the UEFA Europa League qualifying places.
Marseille sold midfielder Morgan Sanson to Aston Villa this week, while young winger Marley Ake left for Juventus and Kevin Strootman was loaned to Genoa.
Such exits may weaken Marseille for the remainder of the season, although they have signed Arkadiusz Milik on loan from Napoli and Franco Tongya arrived from Juventus.
"Guys, look, we're 15 points behind, which is an abysmal gap behind our season goal," Villas-Boas said.
"I'm not going to argue that. I told you that next season is Year Zero for the club, after all has been done, it's going to be deep cleaning.
"And it's good to create a strong base for the future."
Portuguese coach Villas-Boas had his big break when he served on Jose Mourinho's staff at Porto, Chelsea and Inter before striking out on his own.
After spells in Portugal with Academica and Porto, he had stints with Chelsea and Tottenham before moving on to Zenit and Shanghai SIPG, spending 18 months without a club prior to accepting the Marseille job.