David Moyes 'will look to manage a rival Premier League club' if West Ham do not offer him a new deal
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David Moyes 'will look to manage a rival Premier League club' if West Ham do not offer him a new deal

Dec 1, 2023
  • The veteran Scottish manager, 60, has been in charge of West Ham since 2019 
  • Sources suggest that he is not interested in taking a role as director of football
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David Moyes will reportedly look to manage a rival Premier League team if West Ham do not offer him a new contract.

The veteran Scottish manager, 60, has been in charge of the Hammers since December 2019.

Last season, he led them to European glory after they defeated Fiorentina to win the Europa Conference League.  

However, at the end of this current season the former Everton and Man United coach’s contract is up. 

While Moyes has no plans to manage elsewhere, West Ham have not yet opened talks to extend his contract. 

Former Everton coach David Moyes has been manager of West Ham since December 2019

Former Everton coach David Moyes has been manager of West Ham since December 2019

Moyes, 60, coached the Hammers to the Europa Conference League title last season

Moyes, 60, coached the Hammers to the Europa Conference League title last season

Sources close to him suggest he has no interest in taking on a director of football role.

His preference is to also stay at the London Stadium, but if David Sullivan chooses not to keep him at the club he will try to stay in a managerial role in the Premier League. 

After a 1-0 win over Olympiacos earlier in the week, West Ham face Nottingham Forest on Sunday. 

The Hammers were out for revenge after the Greek side got the better of them in the reverse fixture. 

Moyes and his players were reportedly furious that they could hear the Olympiacos players celebrating and cheering from their changing room.

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