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Moyes on the verge of extending with West Ham

Fri 11 June 2021 | 11:45

The English manager wants to remain at London Stadium for another 3 years.

British sources report that David Moyes is on the verge of extending his contract with

West Ham

.

Moyes, 58, has been in talks with the club since the end of the season, and the two sides appear to have agreed a three-year contract extension.

Following Carlo Ancelotti's departure to Real Madrid, Everton were looking to sign a new manager, and rumors of Moyes's presence at Goodison Park have been fueled. As a result, the process of extending the English manager's contract with West Ham was delayed.

However,

BBC

claimed that the two sides have reached an agreement, although no new agreement has been signed yet. Moyes believes he can build a good team at West Ham to be at the top end of the Premier League table, as he did at Goodison Park between 2002 and 2013.

He will take over at West Ham in 2019, replacing Manuel Pellegrini, and is experiencing his second term on the team. He had good results with hammers last season and was able to advance to the Europa League.


source: SportMob