Former Manchester United manager David Moyes is being tipped by the bookies to replace Sam Allardyce as West Ham boss, Metro reports.
Moyes has been favoured at 2/1 by Paddy Power to take over the Hammers helm after recent speculation over Allardyce’s unclear future at Upton Park.
The Hammers are currently embroiled with internal conflict when co-owner David Sullivan stated that the manager signing £15million Andy Carroll last year was a mistake.
The West Ham board are also unhappy with Allardyce deeming midfielder Ravel Morrison not part of his long-term plans.
“Sam has said Ravel is not part of his plans but we do – as a board – see him as part of our plans,” Sullivan said.
“I think he said in a press conference, if I read it correctly, he’s not part of his plans for this season.
“I think he said that in New Zealand but we don’t agree with that. We would like to sit down and give him a longer contract.”
Hammers co-owner David Gold further fuelled the exit rumours after ‘favouriting’ a tweet by a fan asking whether “today is the day we get rid of Allardyce”.