Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

David Moyes looks a goner and Sam Allardyce awaits his fate

David Moyes looks a goner and Sam Allardyce awaits his fate

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.

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

"We've shown we're trying to improve".

"I'm really happy with the last six months and we will see what happens". "Even Pep (Guardiola) took a bit of time to get his (Man City) team right".

If West Ham really want the player and want to secure him ahead of the Russian Federation tournament then a straight €25m may well do it, regardless of what Inter are pushing for. But every manager now is in transit.

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West Ham will have to move quickly to secure Fonseca, who Ukrainian giants Shakhtar are keen to tie down to a lucrative new deal.

Moyes is now out of contract with the East London outfit, but no official announcement has been made regarding his future at West Ham.

But when questioned on whether or not he could now categorically state if he wants the West Ham job, Moyes said: "I can't because I'm no further forward".

"[There are] some great attacking players, but I think they need a few more defenders and they certainly need two or three midfield players, for me".

"When I came in I said they didn't run around and you look at today, you think "wow", he said.

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