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West Ham Exclusive: Moyes paperwork 'ready to go'

David Moyes will have the final say on a potential contract extension at West Ham, sources have told Football Insider. A well-placed source has told Football Insider that a new deal was “ready to go” in December – but Moyes is yet to give a definitive answer, even with his contract set to expire in June. Results have taken a turn for the worse since then, but it is believed an extension offer from the club is still on the table and largely the Scot’s decision. Sources say the offer to Moyes is for a two-and-a-half-year extension, keeping him at the London Stadium until June 2026. West Ham have offered Moyes two-and-a-half-year contract The West Ham owners will look to sit down with the 60-year-old imminently to get a definitive answer on his future. A well-placed source has told Football Insider that the general expectation is that Moyes will pen a new deal despite the recent downturn in east London. “We will get it [the contract] done, I don’t see many problems about it”, he said in December, in a sign the ex-Man United boss is keen to extend his stay with the Irons. West Ham reached a new low after their 6-0 loss against Arsenal on Sunday (11 February) – but it is believed that the Irons boss still has enough credit in the bank with the ownership after a successful few seasons in the hot seat. However, a portion of the West Ham fanbase called for the Scot to be sacked as the result unfolded. The London Stadium club are winless in their last five Premier League games but still sit eighth in the table. Moyes, who is in his second spell in east London, helped the Irons lift the Europa Conference League last term. In other news, West Ham braced for defender bidding war with Man United. For more West Ham and exclusive news, follow us on Facebook or join our brand new WhatsApp Channel for instant updates to be sent straight to your phone. {{#primary_category}} {{/primary_category}}

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