The English club held talks with the mentor of Shakhtar

Paris Saint-Germain's Spanish coach Unai Emery poses during

The English club held talks with the mentor of Shakhtar

Moyes guided West Ham to safety after being appointed as Slaven Bilic's successor in November.

David Moyes hinted his preference was to stay at West Ham after a 3-1 win over Everton, which could mark the end for Toffees boss Sam Allardyce.

He took over with the club in relegation trouble, and has struggled to improve results straight away, winning just twice in 12 Premier League games.

West Ham are set to enter the transfer window without a manager as the Board ponder who to appoint as the club's next full time head coach.

Moyes caused a stir this week by admitting he has had offers to leave the London Stadium and is looking at his options.

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Now sources close to the club have told me that Moyes is it is "more than likely" that the Scot will be thanked for his efforts but shown the exit door.

But the only actual information they have is words from the manager, who said a little a about it in a Ukraine press conference.

"They made me some offers to stay here for a few more years, plus I have to manage my family: if I chose to go to Newcastle and stay there, even in the Championship, it's also because of my family".

After years of success at Everton, Moyes was head-hunted by Sir Alex Ferguson to take on what would turn out to be an ill-fated at spell at Manchester United, taking the Red Devils from Champions to seventh in one quick swoop. However, his time at the Stadium of Light was hard for the 55-year-old, with the Black Cats getting relegated.

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