West Ham to hold talks with Amorim in London over potentially replacing Moyes


Ruben Amorim is in London for talks with West Ham United over becoming their new manager if David Moyes leaves the club.

Moyes is out of contract this summer and despite the Scot saying in February he has been offered a new deal, no decision will be made on his future until the season finishes.

In the meantime, West Ham are duty-bound to formulate contingency plans and Amorim features prominently in their thinking, with discussions taking place between the parties.

Amorim, 39, travelled to London on Monday for further conversations with West Ham’s representatives. Sporting Lisbon players are not back in training until Thursday as they have been given Tuesday and Wednesday off.

Another option the east London side have assessed is Julen Lopetegui, however Amorim has emerged as the leading target at present.

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