West Ham secured their status in the Premier League for next season and enjoyed a sensational night in the Europa Conference League, beating Fiorentina 2-1 thanks to a last-gasp Jarrod Bowen winner.
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However, there’s a chance David Moyes could still leave the Hammers after a sub-par season in the league compared to last campaign. So let’s have a look at some of the likely Next West Ham Manager contenders.
Things didn’t go to plan for Graham Potter at Chelsea and he was axed after a few months in charge at Stamford Bridge thanks to Todd Boehly’s real-life Football Manager game.
Despite that, Potter’s stock is still relatively high and if he could do a similar job to what he did at Brighton, West Ham fans would be over the moon.
Rafa Benitez is near the top of the betting following his departure from Everton last year.
The Spaniard has managed huge clubs including Liverpool, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Inter Milan so would he be a good fit at the London Stadium? He did do a brilliant job at Newcastle on a limited budget to be fair to him.
Like Moyes, Benitez is a defensive manager and it remains to be seen whether the Hammers are looking to play more expansive stuff – or simply stay in the Premier League.
Former West Ham midfielder Michael Carrick impressed with Championship side Middlesbrough this season before losing in the playoffs.
As a former player he’s be a huge hit for fans of the Hammers but is he the right man for the job?
Nuno Espirito Santo
Nuno Espirito Santo is currently in charge of Saudi side Al-Ittihad and if he got the call from West Ham, it feels likely he’d accept their offer.
It didn’t go to plan for the former goalkeeper at Tottenham and it slightly damaged his stock but he did a solid job at Wolves before his time in north London.
Carlos Corberan, who was an assistant under Marcelo Bielsa at Leeds, has impressed since going on his own and being a manager.
He guided Huddersfield Town to the Championship playoffs and his West Brom team are flying, while playing attractive football.
He’s not a big name but he could be a shrewd appointment by West Ham.
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