Fabrizio Romano has revealed the likelihood of David Moyes leaving West Ham this Summer, and it’s not as undecided as the board are suggesting.

West Ham fans are desperate to know the truth about who their manager will be next season. If it’s not going to be David Moyes, then they’d love to give him the send off he deserves, but if he is staying then those who are Moyes out can hopefully cope with it to get rid of the toxicity that surrounds the club at the moment.

Unfortunately, the board remain adamant that they’ve not made a decision on his future and it is unlikely the East London faithful will get to properly show their appreciation.

However, Fabrizio Romano has provided an update on the managerial situation, stating that the odds are stacked against Moyes. “I think there is a 90% chance to see David Moyes leaving West Ham at the end of the season,” he wrote in his daily briefing. “This is the feeling. Then we have to wait for the formal steps and the formal meetings at the end of the season. But the intention internally looks very clear – West Ham are looking at candidates, so I see David Moyes leaving the club at the end of the season.”

“In terms of Moyes’ replacement, they have multiple candidates at West Ham. We know they had a meeting with Amorim last Monday, but…there is no agreement at all it’s really far and it’s not going to happen. Then let’s see what’s going to happen with other candidates for example Hansi Flick could be a possibility – for example Paulo Fonseca, who is doing an excellent job at Lille.”

Whoever is in charge has a massive challenge on their hands in a huge rebuild. Steidten and the board must be 100% certain that the man in charge for next season is the right one for the job.

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