Upton Park side ready to turn to cultured Dane.
West Ham have earmarked a move to bring in Dane Michael Laudrup as a replacement for under-fire boss Sam Allardyce according to the Daily Mail.
The former Swansea City manager would no doubt be open to a Premier League managerial return having been sacked by the Welsh side back in February.
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Allardyce has come in for some criticism over his style of play and Laudrup’s cultured approach may well be more in keeping with the Hammers philosophy and would no doubt be an appointment that the club’s fan-base would support.
The 49 year old former Barcelona and Real Madrid star guided Swansea City to a League Cup triumph and a ninth place finish in his first season at the Liberty Stadium.
West Ham no doubt have grand plans in place for their move to the Olympic Stadium and may feel that Laudrup’s pulling power would help the east London club to attract big name players to the club.
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