David Moyes poised for Everton or West Ham with Marco Silva and Manuel Pellegrini in trouble
David Moyes is in a powerful position to come back to either Everton or West Ham as they consider their managers’ futuresSky Sports News understands.
The 56-year-old will be high up on the listing of two of his former teams, Sky Sports News has been told, if they choose to change Manuel Pellegrini or Marco Silva, whose sides have slid in the direction of the foot of the Premier League.
So they can continue with the directors that the 16th and 17th-placed clubs are desperately hoping for a direct improvement in outcomes they’ve.
As Sky Sports News reported on Tuesday, Silva will be in charge for Everton’s game in Leicester on Sunday while there’s absolutely not any proposal Pellegrini will be dismissed before West Ham travel to Chelsea.
Sources close to West Ham insist the club remain 100 percent supportive of the current coaching staff along with Pellegrini.
However, the two men are under pressure that is considerable and rising, with Everton having won two of their last nine Premier League games and West Ham taking two things out of a 21 – and this weekend’s matches could prove pivotal for their own futures.
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright is thought to have a strong affiliation with Moyes with the pair having a strong relationship during Moyes’ past 11 years as manager at Goodison Park.
The thoughts of bulk Visitor Farhad Moshiri are significantly less fixed, even though it’s known there is strong grasp on the board for Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe.