David Moyes’ Position on West Ham Work as Everton Considerations Free Agent Scot | Football | sport
David Moyes’ stance on his role at West Ham has been revealed, in the midst of talks he could be ready for a return to Everton this summer. Carlo Ancelotti left the Toffees after being named Real Madrid coach earlier this week.
Ancelotti was popular at Everton, hired by Farhad Moshiri in December 2019 in hopes he would bring back the good times.
The 61-year-old is no longer theirs – back at the club he won the Champions League title with seven years ago.
The Italian spent two years at the Bernabeu and in his debut season fired Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale as they won the Champions League.
And now Moyes, among others, has been rumored as one of the names Everton could turn to to replace Ancelotti.
however, athleticism report Moyes is happy with his current job at West Ham, despite his contract expiring at the end of June.
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Athletic also report that he might be unlikely to make a return to Merseyside, having been almost reappointed in 2019, only to have Ancelotti selected instead.
The report says ex-Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo could also be someone the Everton board is looking to nominate.
Nuno resigned as Wolves manager ahead of the club’s last game of the season against Manchester United.
The former Porto goalkeeper had four successful seasons at Molineux, bringing them back to the Premier League in 2018 before two seventh places in the English top flight.
However, he was unable to replicate that success this quarter, with the Wanderers ending the campaign in 13th place.
The 47-year-old sent a message to fans at the club upon the announcement of his departure, saying: “From the first day we arrived in Compton, our ambition has been to bring about positive change and to move this forward. football club, and I’m proud to say we have done it every day.
“We achieved our goals, we did it with passion and we did it together.
“First of all I want to thank the supporters, who have all played such an important role in helping us reach new heights for Wolves, and the townspeople, who embraced us and made us feel with us.
“I would of course like to thank all the staff at Wolves, for their support and total commitment, every day.”