West Ham offer manager's job to Paulo Fonseca


Whether West Ham are willing to wait for the outcome of Benitez's negotiations with the Newcastle hierarchy remains to be seen, as they have alternative targets to replace David Moyes as manager.

Joint chairman David Sullivan mentioned: 'That is an thrilling time for our soccer membership.

Now the second favourite for the Everton job on Sky Bet (after Marco Silva), Fonseca was rumoured to have turned down Everton earlier this week and looked set to join West Ham.

West Ham fans are widely known to have a lack of faith in their board and their ability to splash the cash on quality, but for once, if they could get their hands on someone in the mould of Benitez, or even the man himself, supporters would have very little to complain about.

Although he is resisting the temptation to leave, Benitez would be intrigued by the West Ham job if he can not reach a satisfactory agreement with Newcastle.

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However it serves to focus on Benitez's frustration that such a state of affairs has been talked about since final summer time.

Former Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini and Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez are among the candidates for the job. We are preparing to appoint a manager who has a proven record of success at the highest level of the game'. Hopefully Mike can preserve his phrase and we are able to do what we need to do.

The Telegraph claim Benitez still doesn't know how much money he'll have to spend over the summer - and this has "infuriated" him.

'Then the assembly was essential to persuade me to remain.

Ashley has again pledged to give Benitez "every last penny the club generates" after he guided them to a 10th-placed finish, with the owner insisting he would reject any approach for the manager.

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