Continuing the ongoing shakeups in the Trump administration, President Donald Trump said today that chief of staff John Kelly will leave his job at the end of the year.

Kelly was long-rumored to be at-odds with the president, with some reports indicating the two were not even speaking.

Trump made the reveal while speaking with reporters on the White House lawn before heading to today’s Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia.

“John Kelly will be leaving — I don’t know if I can say ‘retiring,’” Trump said. “But he’s a great guy. John Kelly will be leaving at the end of the year.”

No replacement has been named, but some reports suggest Mike Pence’s chief of staff, Nick Ayers, is a prime candidate for the job. Trump said he would announce a replacement – maybe on an interim basis – in the next day or two.

Trump previously denied a rift with Kelly, saying in October he was “doing a very good job.”

“We have a very good relationship. The White House is running very, very smoothly,” he told New York magazine.

Kelly reportedly planned to stay until 2020 at Trump’s request. He replaced Reince Priebus in the position. The retired four-star Marine general served as secretary of homeland security during the first months of 2017, moving to chief of staff in July 2017.