West Ham United unlikely to offer key man a new contract despite interest from Euro giants

West Ham United unlikely to offer key man a new contract despite interest from Euro giants

West Ham United are unlikely to offer Slaven Bilic a new contract this summer.

The Croatian tactician will have just 12 months remaining on his contract at the end of the season.

Bilic has attracted the attention of Turkish Super League giants Fenerbahce. According to The Express Fenerbahce are ready to stop up their interest in Bilic and offer him a deal.

However, the Evening Standard state that West Ham will not rush into making a decision regarding Bilic’s future.

Per the source, the Hammers hierarchy are not looking for a change of management, nor are they willing to table a new deal for the former Croatia national team boss.

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Slaven Bilic is no stranger to working in Turkey. The 48-year-old previously managed of Fenerbahce’s rival club Besiktas.

West Ham sit in 12th place with 42 points after 36 games.

The Hammers take on Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday. West Ham recorded a 2-0 win over their rival’s Tottenham last week.