Slaven Bilic has been sacked as West Ham boss.
The Hammers have just won two Premier League matches all season and will spend the international break in the transfer zone in the wake of losing 4-1 against Liverpool on Saturday evening.
Sportsmail comprehends the Hammers are probably going to delegate David Moyes as Bilic’s replacement on an interim bargain until the finish of the season.
Different hopeful signing includes previous Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini and well-known alternative Alan Pardew – who dealt with the Hammers in the period of 2003 and 2006 – have been considered.
An announcement from West Ham read: ‘West Ham United can affirm that Slaven Bilic has today left his position with the club.
‘The Chairmen and leading body of West Ham United might want to put on record their thanks and appreciation to Slaven and his group of his coaching staff in the course of the last over two years, however trust a change is presently vital all together for the club to advance decidedly and in accordance with their aspiration.’
Bilic assumed the responsibility of West Ham as manager in the mid-year of 2015 and drove them to an amazing seventh position in his initial battle.
As it may stand, the Croatian failed to attempt to catch up with the top six last season and West Ham dropped to a position in mid-table.
He was booted out of the entryway at the London Stadium with his coaching staff, including prominent previous player Julian Dicks.
West Ham goes to Vicarage Road to play against Watford after the international break.