West Ham want a new manager.
West Ham United are reportedly keen on replacing Sam Allardyce with a new manager this summer and Real Sociedad boss David Moyes is their No.1 target.
The Hammers are enjoying a decent season compared to recent years, but boss Allardyce has come under increasing pressure in recent weeks and is out of contract in the summer.
Co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold both feel that a change could be beneficial, and are set to speak to Moyes and Slaven Bilic about their potential availability.
They are reportedly unhappy with their current manager over transfer dealings, especially Diafra Sahko (who Allardyce didn’t want but is now the club’s top scorer), and free agent Nene (who Big Sam is again reluctant to endorse).
They are also angry over the release of Mauro Zarate to QPR, an anger only increased by Andy Carroll’s latest injury.
According to The Telegraph, West Ham insiders think Allardyce has a less than 5% chance of being offered a new deal, especially with Gold and Sullivan saying that no discussions would happen before the summer.
More news is expected over the coming weeks.