Richard Keys believes that Graham Potter will succeed David Moyes as the new manager of West Ham.
Every week, Moyes under more and more pressure, and the Premier League club is seriously considering terminating his employment. Sunday’s 6-0 loss against Arsenal by the Hammers reportedly moved Moyes one step closer to being fired.
When Moyes’s current contract expires in the summer, Keys anticipates he won’t be remaining at London Stadium.
Keys remarked, “We shouldn’t really speculate about his job, but Graham Potter comes to mind,” during an appearance on beIN SPORTS. “They may have a peek at him. I don’t believe [Moyes] will be there for very long. Co-host Andy Grey said, “Yeah,” concurring with Keys.
Given the current state of affairs at West Ham, Moyes is unlikely to be offered a new deal by the organisation. Many spectators left the stadium before the half against Arsenal, demonstrating their anger with the team’s performances.
The squad’s 2024 winless run now stands at six games with the loss to Arsenal, which included an FA Cup loss to a second-tier team in Bristol City. If they keep up this form, they might not be able to play in Europe the following season. The Hammers will shortly participate in the Europa League knockout stages, and Moyes’s demise might come from that matchup. Potter would be a solid choice to succeed the Scottish manager if that is the case. He was regarded as one of the top young managers in Europe and made an impact at Brighton before to a dismal spell at Chelsea.