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Due to latest events West Ham now revisit Moyes sack decision

David Moyes and West Ham might also be affected by Marco Silva’s new deal, in addition to Fulham.

The Portuguese manager pledged his future to the club by signing a new contract through 2026, the Cottagers revealed on Tuesday (24 October) (Sky Sports).

It happened almost three months after Sky said that terms had been proposed. Silva didn’t seem eager to sign a contract at the time, despite reportedly turning down a hefty offer to join the Saudi Pro League.

However, Silva’s name has surfaced in connection with West Ham as a possible long-term Moyes replacement at the London Stadium.

Silva was high on the Hammers hierarchy’s short list to take over in the event David Moyes departed the team in the summer, according to a Daily Mail article from May 9.

Silva reportedly had a £6 million release clause, but it’s unclear if that’s still in place or if a bigger payment would now be necessary to remove him from his contract.

Although a run of four points from the previous fifteen available has raised some worries, Moyes’s immediate future at West Ham does not seem to be in jeopardy. The team’s most recent 4-1 loss to Aston Villa hasn’t helped either.

But now that a top target has made the decision to sign a three-year deal somewhere else, West Ham may already have made the decision to stick with Moyes. After all, he undoubtedly still has plenty of goodwill after orchestrating their memorable Europa Conference League victory in Prague last season.

A Real Madrid player who has been linked to West Ham could be sold for £17 million, according to other West Ham news.

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