Backing reports made through the media, Sky Sports have now dropped their own update on manager David Moyes’ situation at West Ham United.
The Lowdown: Moyes new deal?
Moyes has been the subject of much speculation in recent weeks after a phenomenal 2020/2021 season with West Ham.
Indeed, the Scotsman guided them to what was an arguably unexpected Europa League finish, especially given they ended the season prior in 16th place – narrowly avoiding relegation.
As a result of his brilliant job at the London Stadium, the club recently rewarded him with the offer of a new deal – but Everton’s managerial situation threw a spanner in the works.
After Carlo Ancelotti left the Toffees for Real Madrid, Moyes became linked with a return to Goodison Park and worry emerged over his future in east London.
The Latest: Sky back reports of Moyes development…
Backing other claims, Sky Sports have now come out with their own update on the Moyes’ contract situation.
Indeed, in what is good news for West Ham fans, the broadcaster say Moyes has in fact agreed a new three-year deal.
“David Moyes, we’re hearing, agrees a new three-year contract,” explained Sky (via Football Daily).
“A very much deserved reward for the season he guided West Ham through.
“There have been talks of him going perhaps elsewhere, even Everton, a return there.
“But, it looks like he’s staying at West Ham, the terms have been agreed, it just needs to be finalised.”
The Verdict: Great news for the Hammers…
News of Moyes committing his future, with it now looking like he is indeed staying, definitely comes as great news for the Hammers.
The 58-year-old has done a fine job for West Ham, re-installing faith and excitement with a big 2021/2022 campaign looming.
West Ham have qualified for the Europa League group stage through their sixth-placed finish last season and supporters will be ecstatic to hear Moyes won’t be going anywhere.
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