David Moyes: West Ham manager could be set to leave

David Moyes: West Ham manager could be set to leave

Having only been appointed until the end of the season, the West Ham board have made it clear that they want to see what other names might be available before a meeting between David Sullivan and Moyes next week.

Unai Emery, yesterday replaced as coach of Paris Saint-Germain by Thomas Tuchel, is also thought to be on West Ham's wish list, together with Shakhtar Donetsk manager Paulo Fonseca and former Watford boss Marcos Silva.

However, the club are acutely aware that he could simply be trying to use talks to prompt Shakhtar bosses into handing him an improved deal.

"Bare in mind that Rafa Benitez came very, very close to taking the West Ham job, I think he'd nearly signed a contract to become the West Ham manager, before he was offered the Real Madrid job. I don't think there is a long period (to settle in)".

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Moyes's contract with West Ham expired following Sunday's 3-1 win against Everton. "I'll take my suit off at midnight okay, undo my tie a little bit...be back on the streets come midnight!"

West Ham are said to be slightly concerned that him being so coveted might place them at a disadvantage in hiring him.

West Ham should make a final decision regarding Moyes later this week, with sources from inside the club putting his chances of staying at 'less than 25%'. We've not arranged a date, not arranged a time. Confident? I can't quite say confident after all I'm reading in the paper.

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