West Ham News: Euro giants plot shock move for Slaven Bilic

Slaven Bilic

West Ham News: Euro giants plot shock move for Slaven Bilic

Turkish Super League giants Fenerbahce are plotting a surprise move for West Ham boss Slaven Bilic.

According to the Express, the Istanbul based club want to replace Dick Advocaat with the Croatian tactician.

Per the source, Fenerbahce will step up efforts to lure Bilic back to Turkey.

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Bilic previously worked in Turkey as manager of Fenerbahce’s rival club Besiktas.

The Yellow Canaries hierarchy are planning major revisions this summer following a disappointing season.

Fenerbahce sit in third place in the Turkish league, eight points behind leaders Besiktas.

Meanwhile, Bilic’s position at West Ham is under threat following a rocky 12 months.

However, Bilic’s side defeated their biter rivals Tottenham by a 1-0 score line on Friday night.

The Hammers next home game is against Liverpool on Sunday. West Ham currently find themselves in 12th spot with 42 points after 36 games.

The London-based club have won just two of their last ten games in the Premier League.