West Ham United are one of the clubs eyeing up a move for Lazio manager Maurizio Sarri, with the Premier League again looking at him.

That’s according to Il Messaggero, relayed by Calcio In Pillole, who say the Hammers are one of several clubs in England who could target him in the summer.

They explain that Sarri recently turned down a proposal from the United Arab Emirates, which, in terms of money at least, was ‘pharaonic’.

His current deal with Lazio runs until 30th June 2025 and he would like to remain there for ‘a long time’ if the possibility is there.

However, the prospect of a ‘sensational divorce’ is always in the background and West Ham are one of those looking at him.

Their board are currently backing David Moyes despite a poor campaign that has left the Hammers on the edge of the relegation zone.

Some West Ham fans have been calling for him to be sacked for some time but the Hammers performances in Europe are keeping him in a job.

A parting of the ways could be on the cards before too long, though, and it seems the Lazio boss is one they are keeping an eye on.

That seemingly wouldn’t be to Sarri’s liking as he eyes a long stay at Lazio, something the club’s president Claudio Lotito is ready to give him if they qualify for the Champions League.