West Ham's three-man shortlist to replace Moyes

West Ham's three-man shortlist to replace Moyes

David Moyes, appointed in November as successor to Slaven Bilic, steered West Ham to Premier League safety in a campaign capped by two goals from Manuel Lanzini and Marko Arnautovic's 11th of the league season.

However Monday's assembly, arrange when Moyes was nonetheless supervisor, proves that Sullivan is definitely desirous about making one other managerial change, with Fonseca the primary by way of the door for talks.

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.

"So he is very much on the shortlist but at the moment I'm being told it is unlikely for David Moyes to continue".

The Hammers are ready to offer him a sizeable budget and pay his £6million release clause, but it is believed they would struggle to match the personal terms he now enjoys on Tyneside - as he is one of the top paid managers in England's top-flight.

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"We've shown we're trying to improve". We will meet and talk I think this week.

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley responded by insisting they would be backing the Spaniard to the full this summer.

When Joao Mario signed for West Ham on loan there were all kinds of Italian contradictions over whether the Hammers had a redemption clause or not.

The other is former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini, who is now managing in the Chinese Super League.