West Ham are preparing squad changes!

West Ham are preparing squad changes!

West Ham head coach David Moyes could be sacked in the coming days! In addition, the Hammers plan to reinforce the center of defense with Harry Maguire, who lost his place in the starting lineup of Manchester United.

West Ham are currently eighteenth in the Premier League and are in danger of a sensational relegation. And all this after two incredibly successful seasons, which the Hammers finished sixth and seventh. In addition, they even reached the semi-finals of the Europa League, which is an achievement for decades. The main creator of such dazzling successes is head coach David Moyes, who rehabilitated his career after failures at Manchester United and Real Sociedad.

However, last summer, the London club approached the issue of reinforcing the squad too radically and unsuccessfully integrated the players into the main squad. As a result, one of the worst attacks in the league with far from the worst defense. The best snipers of the Hammers in the league (midfielder Benrahma and forward Scamacca) scored only three goals each. Against the backdrop of such failures, the club's management is considering the option of firing Moyes.

Still, the Scottish specialist is a crisis manager who knows how to squeeze the most out of rather mediocre teams. And building new ambitious projects is not his specialty. The slightly archaic football played by the Hammers clearly doesn’t correspond to the level of the Premier League, which means that the coach needs to be said goodbye to. Everton could shelter him, where Frank Lampard has also brought the club to a real threat of relegation to the Championship.

West Ham are also preparing the transfer of Harry Maguire to further strengthen the center of defense. At one time, Manchester United bought the 29-year-old footballer for record money, but he did not fit into the Red Devils' playing model. Now Erik ten Hag is betting on a pair of defenders Martinez-Varane, and Harry is content with substitutions or little significant matches. The Hammers are more straightforward, so Maguire will fit into this team without problems.

The time has come for West Ham to make a key decision that will affect the future of the club. If everything is left as it is, then the Hammers risk dropping to the Championship. And the change of the helmsman and the purchase of the main central defender of the England national team could return the Londoners to the cohort of strong middle-tier sides in the Premier League.