As the Premier League season draws closer, the future of West Ham manager David Moyes remains uncertain, relays the WHZ. According to the Telegraph, club owner David Sullivan has decided not to sack Moyes before the league opener against Bournemouth. However, the possibility of Moyes walking away from the club cannot be ruled out either, amid the ongoing transfer struggles at the London Stadium.
Despite making progress in the pursuit of Ajax midfielder Edson Alvarez, the Hammers are yet to finalize their first senior signing, with less than a week left for the new campaign to begin. Losing their best player and captain, Declan Rice, has necessitated a summer of rebuilding for West Ham. However, the club’s transfer activity so far has left fans disappointed and concerned.
While there is ample money available for investments, with Gianluca Scamacca’s sale set to bring in additional funds, there seems to be a lack of thorough planning and direction in the club’s transfer strategy. This has led to skepticism from Moyes about the way forward and the club’s ability to make the necessary additions to strengthen the squad.
The uncertainty surrounding Moyes’ future and the lack of significant signings ahead of the new season have put West Ham in a precarious position. If Moyes were to walk away from the club, it would be an unprecedented situation where a manager is sacked even before a ball is kicked in the new campaign.
As the deadline for transfer activity approaches, West Ham faces a race against time to secure new recruits and build a squad capable of competing in the challenging Premier League. With the league opener against Bournemouth fast approaching, fans and players alike are eager for clarity on the managerial situation and a clear path forward for the club.