David Moyes: West Ham manager could be set to leave

Lynette Rowe
May 16, 2018

West Ham ended the campaign in 13th place with Moyes picking up 33 points from 27 matches but according to Sky Sports News, it will not result in an extended deal for the 55-year-old.

Allardyce is under contract for another 12 months but Moyes only until midnight last night, meaning there is no certainty he will still be in charge at the London Stadium next season. His current agreement ends in summer 2018.

The Chilean cut his managerial teeth in South America with clubs such as San Lorenzo and River Plate before trying his luck in Europe with Villareal, Real Madrid and Malaga.

Moyes fulfilled his brief of keeping the Irons in the Premier League this season. He has been in China since 2016.

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He is now in his second season with Shakhtar and has guided them to back-to-back league and cup doubles, and into the knockout stage of this season's Champions League.

It appears unlikely that the Scot will continue his reign beyond this season however, with West Ham already making plans for the future without him. However Arsenal are likely to have first dibs on the Spaniard, who spent much of his playing career in the Spanish second division.

David Moyes could be set to leave West Ham despite guiding the club to Premier League survival.

A number of other names have been linked with the vacancy in recent days, including Ronald Koeman, Carlo Ancelotti and Marcelo Bielsa.

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