West Ham United considering Graham Potter as David Moyes replacement

David Moyes might not be at West Ham United next season, and they are already looking at potential replacements, including Graham Potter.

A report from Daily Telegraph has claimed that West Ham United are considering a move for Graham Potter. The former Chelsea manager might replace David Moyes at the London Stadium soon.

Potter has been without a job since he was sacked by Chelsea, and it remains to be seen whether he is keen on a return to the Premier League. Meanwhile, David Moyes has done a reasonably good job at West Ham since taking over.

But the performances in the Premier League have been underwhelming this year. West Ham have done quite well in the cup competitions under him. They managed to win the UEFA Europa Conference League last season and have done well in the Europa League as well.

It will be interesting to see if Graham Potter is prepared to take over at West Ham. There is no doubt that they have an ambitious project and a talented squad. Despite his struggles at Chelsea, Potter showed his quality during his time at Brighton and Hove Albion. He could prove to be a quality replacement for Moyes at West Ham.

The Hammers have an impressive squad, and they need a quality manager to get the best out of their recent recruits. Potter’s attacking approach could be a good fit for the current West Ham squad.

Graham Potter would be a good fit

David Moyes is quite old school with his methods, and his cautious approach has often been criticised, especially with players like Jarrod Bowen and Mohammed Kudus at the club. These players are likely to thrive in a more attacking system, and Potter can get the best out of the current side.

The Hammers have been linked with other managers like Julen Lopetegui, Paulo Fonseca, and Oliver Glasner as well. It will be interesting to see who they end up appointing eventually.

After the disappointing spell at Chelsea, Potter will be desperate to prove himself in the top flight once again, and he will be hungry to succeed. West Ham could provide him with that platform. They have the resources to put together a reasonably good team, and the Hammers could be an attractive destination for the manager.

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