According to the Daily Mail, West Ham United will reportedly allow David Moyes to determine his own future if the team emerges victorious in the Europa Conference League, writes the WHZ.
The Hammers secured their spot in the final by defeating AZ Alkmaar with a 3-1 aggregate score on Thursday. The Mail suggests that West Ham has been evaluating alternative candidates for several months in anticipation of Moyes’ potential departure. Marco Silva, Graham Potter, Brendan Rodgers, and Paulo Fonseca are among the managers the club has reportedly considered.
Inside sources at the London Stadium believe it would be “impossible” for the club to dismiss Moyes if they triumph in the Conference League. Regardless of the outcome of their clash against Fiorentina, Chairman David Sullivan will hold discussions with Moyes at the end of the season.
The board’s stance on the future of David Moyes appears to be indecisive. If West Ham were to win the Conference League, it would be difficult to dismiss him from his role, and most people would understand that. However, there have been several lackluster performances this season. On multiple occasions, Moyes has narrowly escaped being sacked, and his contributions to the club over the past four years may generate sentiment from the board.
Nevertheless, if the upcoming season takes a turn for the worse, the London Stadium’s patience will wear thin. The underwhelming displays this season put Moyes on precarious ground right from the start of the new season. Introducing a new manager could inject fresh ideas and motivation into the players. Overall, the summer ahead at the London Stadium promises to be intriguing for various reasons.