West Ham United reportedly want Bayer Leverkusen coach Xabi Alonso Take the reins next season, replacing David Moyes, who led the team to show less good form this season. Indicates that despite his lack of experience, he is strong, like Arteta and Kompany.
The Sun reports that West Ham United are interested in signing Bayer Leverkusen manager Xabi Alonso . Came to replace David Moyes next season after the Scottish trainer led the Hammers to show a less satisfactory form. Although this time led the team to rank 13th in the table and passed the UEFA Conference League semifinals
Alonso, 41, took over the drugstore team in October last year. By that time the UFABET team was in the bottom of the table. But now they have moved up to 6th place, with the latest home game beating RB Leipzig 2-0 with 47 points from 29 games, 6 points behind Freiburg in 4th place. Ranking to play in the UEFA Champions League next season if it still performs well in the last curve
Meanwhile, they are still in the Europa League semi-finals and are hoping to win the tournament. This will be their first European Cup since 1988 and they will face rivals Roma in the playoffs. which the first game will invade to visit red yellow wolf. Before Thursday May 11 and will return to play at the Bay Arena the following week.
The former Liverpool and Real Madrid midfielder has been compared to Mikel Arteta and Vincent Kompany for his style of play. With the two managers leading Arsenal and Burnley to a great performance at the top of each league respectively. That’s why the Hammers believe this energetic boss will come in. Laying a new foundation for the team at the London Stadium
Moyes , 59, has a year left on his contract with West Ham but his future as a manager is uncertain. expected by the media May have to part ways with the team this summer. However, the former Manchester United and Everton manager still wants to work in east London. And if he wants to stay in the position. Must win the UEFA Conference League to win so that the football fans and the board of directors continue to support him.