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West Ham ready to part company with David Moyes and target Liverpool linked manager

West Ham United are reportedly set to part company with manager David Moyes at the end of the season. 

The 60-year-old’s contract at the London Stadium will expire in June and the club are not expected to renew his deal. 

The Guardian report the Hammers have held talks with Ruben Amorim over becoming their manager this summer. 

But the Portuguese boss has also been attracting interest from Liverpool who want him to be Jurgen Klopp’s successor at Anfield. 

Moyes ended West Ham’s 43-year wait for major silverware by leading them to Europa Conference League success last year. He also twice saved them from relegation to the Championship. 

But his negative brand of football and the recent run of poor results have made him unpopular among many supporters. 

The Irons’ 5-2 defeat at Crystal Palace last weekend was a significant blow to their hopes of playing European football next season. 

They are now eighth in the Premier League standings, with two points off Manchester United who have two games in hand on them. 

Only a massive turnaround could see the Hammers back in contention for European football next campaign. But given their incredibly tough run of fixtures, that is very unlikely. 

West Ham will host Liverpool on Saturday before taking on Chelsea and Luton Town ahead of their away game with Manchester City on the final day of the season, with all the fixtures available to watch via Premier League live streams.

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