By Jonty Banks

30th Mar, 2023 | 5:10pm

West Ham United and David Moyes likely to part company regardless of Premier League survival

West Ham United are likely to part company with David Moyes in the summer regardless of whether the club avoid Premier League relegation this season, according to 90min.

After recording sixth and seventh-placed finishes in his last two seasons at the London Stadium, Moyes has struggled to push on this term, despite a £165m influx of cash into the first-team squad over the summer.

The Hammers currently sit in the Premier League drop zone with just 12 games remaining in the season and still have to face the likes of Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool.

The 90min report states that West Ham are “likely to part company” with Moyes regardless of the club’s Premier League status, while their serene progress through the Europa Conference League hasn’t stopped the pressure “mounting on Moyes’ shoulders” over the past few months.


Although West Ham United may still manage to navigate their way up the Premier League table in the closing stages of the season, this news comes as no shock.

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Moyes’ team have looked stale in recent months, with their attack looking lethargic and uninspired at times.

There have been glimpses of promise, including the 4-0 win over Nottingham Forest, but they have been few and far between.

After taking the club through two of their most successful seasons in recent history, Moyes has rightly been offered ample opportunity to dig himself out of the hole at the London Stadium.

However, with Declan Rice likely to move on in the summer either way and several Hammers players likely to move on, a changing of the guard could be needed in the dugout.

There is no doubt that the Scottish manager will be fondly remembered by West Ham fans whenever he ends up leaving the club, especially considering the opportunity for European silverware this season, but everything is starting to point towards the club parting company with Moyes this summer.