Fonseca holds West Ham talks at Sullivan home


West Ham United have reportedly chose to part company with manager David Moyes after talks were held on Monday.

Joao Mario has told West Ham United's official website that he will see what happened regarding his future at the London Stadium.

He took over with the club in relegation trouble, and has struggled to improve results straight away, winning just twice in 12 Premier League games.

Despite comfortably securing Premier League safety, reports today suggest that the Hammers boss will be tossed on the managerial scrap heap once again.

But No1 on West Ham's wish list is Dyche but there is an acceptance that it will be hard to trade the stability of the project he has built at Turf Moor for a move to a club still beset with so many off-field issues regarding the fans and stadium ownership.

In Italy, Allegri dampened Arsenal's hopes of luring him to London, saying: 'If they don't fire me, then I think I'm staying at Juventus next year, too'.

West Ham have reportedly met with Shakhtar Donetsk manager Paulo Fonseca with a view to making him their next manager.

But when questioned on whether or not he could now categorically state if he wants the West Ham job, Moyes said: "I can't because I'm no further forward". He was brought in to keep them safe - it's as simple as that. "I'll take my suit off at midnight okay, undo my tie a little back on the streets come midnight!" However, his time at the Stadium of Light was hard for the 55-year-old, with the Black Cats getting relegated.