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David Moyes’ future at West Ham under threat amid transfer dispute

West Ham United manager David Moyes is on thin ice amid a bitter dispute over player recruitment. 

According to the Daily Mail, his future at the club is hanging in the balance due to clashes with recently appointed technical director Tim Steidten and co-owner David Sullivan. 

Moyes favours acquiring players with Premier League experience such as James Ward-Prowse, Harry Maguire and Scott McTominay. However, the other parties are looking elsewhere.

The situation has now reached breaking point, with insiders believing that one of Moyes or Steidten will be forced to leave the club.

West Ham have reportedly prepared a list of potential replacements if they are forced to part ways with Moyes. 

The looming uncertainty over the managerial situation has cast doubts on the club’s ownership and strategic decisions.

Adding to the mix is the disappointment of West Ham fans. They hoped the £105 million received for Declan Rice would translate into significant squad strengthening. 

Unfortunately, those aspirations have not materialised. It has caused further frustration and scepticism among the supporters.

Despite the storm gathering around him, Moyes has been conducting business as usual and taking charge of the team’s training sessions. 

The 60-year-old is ready to lead the squad to Germany for their final pre-season friendly against Bayer Leverkusen this weekend.

With Moyes’ future in question and transfer endeavours stalling, the pressure is on the club to navigate these turbulent waters before the season commences.

West Ham get their Premier League campaign underway with a tricky trip to Bournemouth on August 12.

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