West Ham United are yet to reach their full potential in the current campaign, with consistency still a big issue at this point.
The Hammers would have had their sights set on securing a European spot after splashing the cash in the summer, but things jut haven’t gone to plan in the current campaign. And, it appears as if one of the club’s star men is eyeing a potential exit, as according to Sun Sport, Pablo Zabaleta is considering quitting West Ham.
Pablo Zabaleta wants to follow in the footsteps of his old Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola as he prepares to wind down his playing career.
The Etihad chief went to play in the UAE after finishing at Barcelona, before starting out on the road to coaching.
And, the Argentine reveals he is strongly considering a similar route when his West Ham contract expires in the summer.
Another option is a move to the dugout as Zabaleta has already started working towards his coaching badges.
Pablo Zabaleta has always been able to ensure consistency since making the move to West Ham United, and has secured a regular place in the starting lineup this season.
Indeed, it comes as no surprise that the Argentine is looking to run down his playing career elsewhere, with a move to the UAE offering better weather and an lower level of football.