West Ham United have submitted an offer to appoint Jose Mourinho as their next manager amid concerns about David Moyes’ position.

According to Italian outlet Giallorossi, West Ham have made an offer to Jose Mourinho as they start searching for a David Moyes replacement. Recently, the Portuguese manager has been the subject of speculation as other clubs consider appointing him at the helm.

Jose Mourinho may have to make a big future decision as there’s speculation whether the Portuguese will remain Roma’s manager next season. The former Chelsea manager has come in for criticism from certain sections, but things could change if he can help them finish in the top four.

Mourinho won the inaugural Europa Conference League in his first season and has taken significant strides with their overall development. The time spent at Roma may have also been seen as a break from the high levels of the Premier League, which may come knocking on his door once more.

Mourinho has a contract until 2024 but could break away if he desires to return to the Premier League. Chelsea reportedly made an offer or at least approached him to take over from Graham Potter. Their interest could remain if the Blues hierarchy decides to part ways with the English coach in the summer.

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While Mourinho was reportedly considering Chelsea’s approach, he may have other options. Fellow London side West Ham United have now made an offer for the former Chelsea manager. David Moyes’ position at the club is untenable due to recent games’ disastrous results.

West Ham are in danger of relegation if their current form continues, and the club hierarchy would want to make a strong decision. They might keep faith in Moyes until the end of the season, but if the team fails to collect points in their next games, they might release him prematurely.

There’s plenty of speculation around Moyues’ future, and the club may consider Mourinho in all seriousness to replace him. For now, the former Chelsea manager wants to succeed at Roma with a top-four place and their Europa League campaign still high on his agenda.

He may put the Hammers’ interest on the back burner and possibly revisit it in the summer. It may be ideal for West Ham to keep faith in Moyes and hope they preserve their status as a Premier League club.

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