Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
IT&Software | By Alfonso Woods

David Moyes Speaks On His Future As West Ham Manager

David Moyes Speaks On His Future As West Ham Manager

West Ham United have reportedly chose to part company with manager David Moyes after talks were held on Monday.

There has been speculation over the Englishman's future for a while now, with Silva being tipped as the favourite to succeed him, but Everton will need to move quickly if they want to appoint the 40-year-old as West Ham could poach him first.

Although the Hammers flirted with relegation after a run of two wins in 12 Premier League games, seven points out of the last nine allowed the club to finish in 13th spot, nine points in front of the drop zone.

West Ham have wasted no time in searching for a replacement for David Moyes after meeting Shakhtar Donetsk manager Paulo Fonseca on Monday.

His contract with the London Stadium club actually expired at midnight on Sunday, so he is officially out of a job, and there has been no statement from the club clarifying his position.

Speaking to Monday's Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, Ashton said: "I think the fact we've not heard anything yet makes me think he will definitely leave and they'll bring somebody new in. I don't think there is a long period (to settle in)".

"I'm still not sure the supporters have taken to him, but you can see - especially yesterday - there's a real base there".

"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".

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