West Ham considers Sporting Lisbon’s Ruben Amorim as an option amid uncertainty over David Moyes’ future.

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West Ham is currently conducting due diligence on several managers, which includes Ruben Amorim and Julen Lopetegui, to potentially replace David Moyes should he leave the club at the end of the season. While reports claim talks with Amorim are underway, the club has refrained from commenting.

Moyes’ contract with the club expires this summer, and he is yet to make a public decision about his future. After suffering a 5-2 defeat at Crystal Palace, West Ham’s chances of securing European football for the fourth consecutive season have been jeopardized.

With just four games left, including tough matches against Liverpool, Chelsea, and Manchester City, the situation remains uncertain. If Moyes leaves West Ham, it is likely that the power of technical director Tim Steidten at the club would be increased.

Amorim, the current head coach of Sporting Lisbon, is considered a potential candidate, even though he is also in the running to replace Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool and has been linked with the Bayern Munich job. Lopetegui, a seasoned manager with experience at top clubs, is another candidate being considered.

His availability, having been out of work since leaving Wolves before the start of the Premier League season, makes him an attractive option. Amorim’s successful track record with Sporting, along with his tactical expertise and strong personality, has made him a highly sought-after manager.

These qualities, if translated into his next job, could prove beneficial for any club. West Ham’s careful consideration of managerial options demonstrates their proactive planning for the future, especially in light of Moyes’ uncertain position.

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