West Ham’s “dream manager” is not interested in moving to a London club, according to reports.

Despite what he said in his pre-match interview ahead of West Ham’s clash with Brentford, there is no doubt that pressure is growing on David Moyes. His side’s form in 2024 has been nothing short of atrocious and it has led the majority of fans to want a change of manager.

Understandably, Tim Steidten and his team are believed to be already looking at potential replacements, including some big names. However, one man in particular is said to be the Hammers’ ideal successor to the Scotsman.

It was recently announced that Champions League winner Thomas Tuchel will be leaving Bayern Munich at the end of the season. For obvious reasons, West Ham would love to get the German in if Moyes goes but, according to BILD, that is unlikely to happen.

Apparently, Tuchel is not willing to move to another London club due to his affiliation with Chelsea, but would be open to moving to Manchester United if the opportunity arose.

Strangely, he still owns his house in London which begs the question to whether he has been keeping this incase of a move back to the English capital. If the report is accurate though, then this clearly is not the case.

Considering he was only with Chelsea for a short amount of time, it is a bit baffling that he would shut down a potential way back into the Premier League, but maybe winning the Champions League with them made him form a deeper connection with the club.