Sottish coach David Moyes is close to signing a new three-year deal at West Ham.
This deal will mean that the former Manchester United coach will be committing his future to West Ham as he has been in discussions with the Hammers since the end of the season.
One of the clubs that has been eyeing Moyes is Everton. The club embarked on a search for a replacement for Carlo Ancelotti since the Italian tactician left to Real Madrid.
In the midst of Everton’s search for a manager to replace Ancelotti, it has been clarified that the 58-year-old will remain at the London Stadium to continue his work.
The performance of Moyes at Everton must have obviously been one of the reasons he is being given another chance to continue as the manager at the club.
On his feat at the club, Moyes took West Ham from a relegation battle into next season’s Europa League.
Even at Everton, he had a good record during his superb 11-year stint at Goodison Park.