West Ham United have 23 goals from 25 league games and their poor scoring record sees them sitting 16th in the table, a point ahead of Everton, who are in the relegation zone.

David Moyes’ position at the London club could be under threat and they seem to have started the process of finding his successor.

That’s at least what are stating and they add West Ham have identified AS Roma manager José Mourinho as the target.

It’s claimed ‘England calls’ the 60-year-old, who won three Premier League titles with Chelsea. The Hammers have taken concrete steps and ‘delivered a remarkable offer’ to hire Mourinho.

Although Mourinho is flattered with the ‘rich contract’ and ambitious project proposed by West Ham, he doesn’t intend to take this into consideration as his focus remains on the Serie A side.

The manager has a deal lasting until 2024 and even if there are no meetings lined up with the club’s owners over his future, the Giallorossi remain in the lead.

Mourinho would consider other solutions only if Roma decided not to move forward with him. The Portuguese tactician is happy in Rome and would gladly continue in Italy. This wouldn’t make it easy for West Ham to appoint him as their new manager.