David Moyes will hold contract talks with West Ham once their Premier League status is secured, as he eyes a more prominent role in transfers

West Ham manager David Moyes will hold talks over a new contract as soon as their Premier League status is secured and wants a hands-on role in player recruitment.
The Scot is likely to be offered a two-year deal to stay in charge of the Hammers after impressing the club’s hierarchy and has already started scouting summer transfer targets.
Moyes was at Craven Cottage on Tuesday night to watch Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic in the flesh for the second time in a week. The 54-year-old also saw the Serb face Nigeria during the international break and he scored in both games in front of the... read more

5 April 2018 in Sport, Views: 60
Source: Daily Mail

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