West Ham hold talks with Zorro over replacing Moyes

West Ham hold talks with Zorro over replacing Moyes

The Portuguese boss is the early front-runner to succeed David Moyes after he jetted to Luton and was joined by super agent Jorge Mendes at Sullivan's multi-million pound Essex mansion.

Moyes said: "Everybody always thinks the grass is greener and there's something better out there". I want to say thank you to West Ham for everything they've done, my teammates, and my coaches.

"We've shown we're trying to improve".

"I don't think anyone can make a huge difference in six months but every manager now is in transit, there is no long period of time for anyone".

If West Ham really want the player and want to secure him ahead of the Russian Federation tournament then a straight €25m may well do it, regardless of what Inter are pushing for. "I don't think there is a long period (to settle in)".

Moyes is now out of contract with the East London outfit, but no official announcement has been made regarding his future at West Ham.

But the £24 million rated midfielder, as reported by Calcio Mercato, was very coy over his future when asked whether he would stay with West Ham.

Although they ended the season with a run of three unbeaten games, prior to that sequence West Ham had achieved just one win in eight, with Moyes offering no clarity on whether he would be allowed to remain in his job next season. "We'll wait and see when we meet up". "I'll take my suit off at midnight okay, undo my tie a little bit...be back on the streets come midnight!"

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