Big Sam’s future looks to be away from Upton Park.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce could be set to leave West Ham at the end of the season following crunch talks with the clubs owners earlier this week, according to the Daily Mirror.
The club were forced to deny that he had been sacked on Tuesday evening, but with him out of contract over the summer it looks increasingly unlikely that he will be offered a new deal to stay.
Joint owner David gold was at the training ground this week but gave no indication that the former Bolton chief would be given new terms despite their turnaround in form this season.
Tensions between the board and manager are believed to be at an all time high, with angry Hammers fans calling for Big Sam’s head following their embarrassing exit to West Brom in the FA Cup this weekend.
However, that has not stopped the Allardyce from brokering a deal for former PSG frontman Nene, who is expected to link up with the club this week on a free transfer.