Fonseca turns down West Ham

Fonseca turns down West Ham

Fonseca turns down West Ham

Shaka Hislop believes West Ham will find it hard to appoint a top class manager - and should have given David Moyes at least another season.

Daily Mirror: West Ham United will make an approach for Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez with Shakhtar Donetsk's Paulo Fonseca under consideration.

The FC panel pore over the next manager odds for West Ham and Everton.

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Given Mumbai Indians have the best NRR among all teams this year, Kohli would have had an eye on the margin of win all along. The Bangalore-based franchise, who were reeling at the bottom last week, is now two wins away from a possible playoff spot.

The 58-year-old has a £6million release clause in his contract.

West Ham have had their own issues with ownership, ones where tempers reached a fever pitch during the 2017-18 season.

The Portuguese held talks with West Ham over the managerial vacancy at the London Stadium but has opted to stay with the Ukrainian champions.

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The club will also be looking to bring in West Brom captain Jonny Evans for around £3million the paper said.

In a recent statement West Ham revealed that they were eager to appoint a "high-calibre first-team manager who has a proven record both in the Premier League and European football", and Pellegrini definitely fits into that bracket. Mike told me "We have this money, it is available, it's OK", so, fine, we were happy with that'.

Benitez, although, believes the next switch spend of round £40m fell in need of that promise and was irritated on the size of time taken to finish offers.

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Former Newcastle boss Kevin Keegan efficiently claimed for constructive dismissal after he stop the membership in 2008 when a tribunal dominated that, as supervisor, he had the proper to the ultimate say on transfers.

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