David Moyes approached for shock new job as West Ham boss’ future shrouded in uncertainty

DAVID MOYES has been the subject of a sensational approach from Spartak Moscow.

The Scot’s future at West Ham has been up in the air for several months.

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REXSpartak Moscow have made a shock approach for the Scot, according to reports[/caption]

There are strong suggestions the veteran gaffer will leave the London Stadium at the end of the season.

And according to reports, he could find himself in the dugout at the Otkritie Arena next season.

That’s according to The Daily Mail, who claim the Russian outfit have inquired about his “availability” in recent weeks.

The Moscow club are on the hunt for a new manager following their decision to relieve Guille Abascal of his duties.

And it’s claimed they have identified Moscow as a potential successor to the Spaniard.

Moyes, however, is said to be “reluctant to commit” to the Russians at this moment in time.

Moyes’ contract with the Hammers is set to expire at the end of the season.

The former Manchester United manager is set to hold talks with club owner David Gold after the campaign draws to a close.


GETTYDavid Moyes refused to be drawn on his future at the London Stadium[/caption]

A decision over his future is expected to be made during the post-season chat.

Moyes has refused to be drawn on his future, saying after his troops’ 2-2 draw with Liverpool last weekend: “I’ve always said we’ll make a decision at the end of the season.

“I want things to be right on both sides and I’m quite cool about the whole thing at the moment.

“The team are showing up and doing the job.”

Moyes’ sole focus at this moment in time is trying to pull of the Hammers’ Mission Impossible to qualify for the Europa Conference League.

He said: “Our points total is a good total for West Ham, if you look at our totals over all the Premier League years.

“We’ll keep banging at the door.

“We finish with a really tough game at Manchester City so the next two games we’ll look to get something.

“Today keeps us in the hunt.”

West Ham will be back in action on Sunda afternoon, travelling to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea.


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