Daily Telegraph journalist Matt Law claims West Ham could be interested in approaching former Brighton and Chelsea manager Graham Potter this summer when they review David Moyes position.
The report claims Potter would “certainly” be among the London club’s candidates to succeed the Scotsman if he does depart.
A report by Claret and Hugh suggests otherwise quoting a club source who said “Who says either is better than David Moyes, although I accept that Brendan is a very decent manager. Potter has been flattered by Brighton’s computer analysis which is run by the owner, and it is that system which buys all the players.”
In another report CalcioMercatoWeb are claiming that West Ham could move for Mancini as the Italy head coach would like to return to the Premier League.
Bookies still have Rafa Bentitez as the 2/1 favourite despite club insiders insisting there has been no approach and he is not in the board minds.
Second favourite is Graham Potter at 5/1 with Michael Carrick also priced at 5/1
Jose Mourinho another name denied by West Haam sources is 10/1 along side Marcelo Bielsa also 10/1
Brendan Rodgers, Maurico Pochettino and Will Still are all priced at 12/1 with Ange Postecoglu 14/1 and Mark Noble a 16/1 Outsider with Nuno Espirito Santo and Steven Gerrard.
Carlos Corberan and Mark Warburton are rated at odds of 25/1
Enzo Maresca , Jesse Marsch, Sam Allardyce and Vicent Kompany are priced at 33/1
Chris WIlder and Ole Solskjaer are priced at 40/1
Finally former Hammers Frank Lampard, Kevin Nolan and Scott Parker are the largest priced outsiders all at 50/1