West Ham discover David Moyes U-turn over future

According to reports, it appears highly likely that David Moyes will step down from his role as West Ham United manager in the summer, writes the TeamTalk.

Earlier this season, Moyes faced the possibility of being sacked as West Ham found themselves in a relegation battle. This marked a decline in their fortunes following two consecutive seasons of finishing in European places. However, Moyes was able to secure crucial results at the right time to retain his position. Despite affirming his commitment to the club and planning for the future, recent information from Football Insider suggests that Moyes is actually intending to leave West Ham at the end of the season.

The 60-year-old has led West Ham to the final of the Europa Conference League, scheduled for June 7 against Fiorentina. Regardless of the outcome, it appears probable that this will conclude Moyes’ second stint as West Ham manager. There have been indications that the club may be inclined to move on from Moyes during the summer, even though he still has a year remaining on his contract.

The Football Insider report suggests that Moyes wants to depart on his own terms, hinting that a resignation is more likely than a dismissal. A key factor contributing to his decision is reportedly the lack of a strong working relationship with his current backroom team, unlike his previous rapport with Alan Irvine and Stuart Pearce. Therefore, if Moyes does indeed walk away as anticipated, there could be a significant change in the West Ham dugout.