David Moyes 'lined up for shock new job with West Ham unlikely to extend 60-year-old's contract' | The SunNovember 6, 2023
WEST HAM manager David Moyes could land a new job at the end of the season, according to reports.
The 60-year-old boss sees his deal expire at the Hammers in the summer.
Moyes has been in charge of the club since 2019, guiding them to three back-to-back seasons in Europe after winning the Conference League last term.
But reports suggest his future is now in doubt.
There were behind-the-scenes disagreements with signings over the summer following the appointment of new director of football Tim Steidten.
The issues have since been resolved but the Irons may decide that Moyes has taken the club as far as he can on the pitch.
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He could instead be offered a role "upstairs", claim The Mail.
It is unclear what the position would consist of with Hammers legend Mark Noble also a club chief after his retirement in 2022.
Meanwhile, UEFA are supposedly keen to offer Moyes a job.
The former Everton and Manchester United boss could land a technical role at the governing body as they look to utilise his 25 years of experience as a gaffer.
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West Ham currently sit 11th in the Premier League table and joint-top of their Europa League group.
They are also still in the Carabao Cup after beating Arsenal and face Liverpool in the quarter-final.
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