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Hammers insist Moyes' future will only be decided at end of season


By Staff Reporter

West Ham insist they are not making plans to change manager in the summer and will hold talks with David Moyes at the end of the season.

A report has claimed that Moyes is unlikely to extend his stay past the end of the current campaign.

Moyes agreed a contract until the end of the season when he replaced Slaven Bilic in November and, despite an upturn in results, he has maintained that he has no intention of opening talks about a new deal yet. And the club have reiterated their stance.

A statement read: "As previously stated, the club and David Moyes agreed a deal until the end of the 2017-18 season, at which point both parties will discuss the future."

West Ham are interested in signing free agent left-back Patrice Evra.

The former Manchester United defender has been without a club for three months after being sacked by Marseille for an altercation with a fan.

The 36-year old Frenchman would provide cover for the suspended Arthur Masuaku and the injured Aaron Cresswell.

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