David Moyes has agreed a fresh three-year deal at West Ham, with the club set to confirm the new contract by Saturday. The Scot has been in talks with Hammers co-owner David Sullivan since sealing a sixth-placed finish at the end of last season with the club's highest-ever Premier League points tally. Moyes's former club Everton had been interested in discussing a potential return to Goodison Park following the departure of Carlo Ancelotti, but having guided West Ham into the Europa League for next season, the 58-year-old had no intention of leaving east London.
Stuart Pearce says David Moyes has agreed a new contract at West Ham and claims that he will follow suit once the Scot's future is officially sealed. The Hammers have been in negotiations with Moyes over a new three-year deal since the former Manchester United manager secured the club's best-ever Premier League points tally in 2020/21. Former employers Everton included the 58-year-old on their list of targets to replace Carlo Ancelotti, but West Ham have no fears over losing their manager ahead of next season’s Europa League campaign.
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Manchester United's wait for their first trophy under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues after David De Gea's spot-kick was saved at the end of a wild shootout that saw Villarreal crowned Europa League champions on Wednesday night. On this day 22 years ago, the Norwegian wrote himself into club folklore when turning home at the death as Sir Alex Ferguson's side fought back to win the Champions League and complete the treble.