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Who could replace David Moyes as new West Ham United manager? 

David Moyes’ contract will expire at the end of this season and it is looking very likely that he will end up leaving the club this summer. 

The Scot has delivered them Europa Conference League success but many supporters are not happy with his negative brand of football. 

And even though the Hammers are on course for another good Premier League finish, fans are against renewing his contract at the London Stadium. 

Winning the Europa League could have appeased many but the Londoners lost 3-1 on aggregate to Bayer Leverkusen in the quarterfinal. 

Xabi Alonso’s men are now set to play Roma in the last four of the tournament next month, with the match available to watch via the Europa League live streams

Possible replacements for David Moyes 

Many different managers have been linked with West Ham in recent weeks. 

Ruben Amorim reportedly held talks with the Premier League outfit but he later apologised, saying it was a mistake. 

With Amorim seemingly out of the race, Julen Lopetegui looks as one of the top favourites to take charge of the Hammers. 

The 57-year-old has managed clubs like Real Madrid, Sevilla and Wolverhampton Wanderers in the past, and he could be a big success at West Ham. 

Graham Potter could also be a popular choice among the Irons fans, and though he was a failure at Chelsea, his work at Brighton & Hove Albion is greatly praised. 

Paulo Fonseca, Gary O’Neil and Sebastian Hoeness are also said to be in the running for the job, but Lopetegui and Potter are seemingly the most likely candidates to replace David Moyes. 

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