Potter could be set to replace Moyes at West Ham

There remains speculation over the manager’s jobs at Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham.

The positions are vacant at Chelsea and Spurs, while there are doubts over David Moyes’ Hammers future despite a recent vital win against Southampton.

The Daily Telegraph say West Ham will review the situation at the end of the campaign and that Graham Potter is a candidate to take over at the London Stadium following his recent sacking by Chelsea.

Meanwhile, Frank Lampard is being linked with a return to Chelsea after being seen watching their 0-0 draw with Liverpool.

The club’s all-time record goalscorer, who had an 18-month spell as Blues boss and has since managed Everton, was spotted in the stands at Stamford Bridge.

The Sun claim that Lampard could take over on an interim basis until the end of the season.

Julian Nagelsmann and former Barcelona and Spain boss Luis Enrique continue to be linked with the job.

The Daily Telegraph say Chelsea have made contact with both men.

Nagelsmann, 35, is available after recently being sacked by Bayern Munich, who replaced him with former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel.

He is also being linked with Spurs, who are looking for a replacement for Antonio Conte.


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