David Moyes expected to remain West Ham boss after David Sullivan talks
David Moyes is expected to stay on as West Ham manager following talks with owner David Sullivan on Friday.
Moyes delivered the club's first trophy in 43 years with a 2-1 victory over Fiorentina in Prague on Wednesday and was linked with the vacant Celtic job, but with a year left to run on his contract is likely to stay at the London Stadium.
The pair discussed summer transfer plans as well as the manager's future, after Sullivan admitted on Thursday that captain and talisman Declan Rice will be sold this summer.
Sullivan admitted a gentleman's agreement - which Sky Sports News reported on last month - means they will allow a player who still has two years remaining on his contract to leave.
Asked whether lifting the trophy in Prague was Rice's last action as a West Ham player, Sullivan told talkSPORT: "I think it has to be. We promised him he could go. He set his heart on going and in due course he has to get on and we have to get a replacement."
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