West Ham United will not offer David Moyes a new contract and let him leave the club this summer, according to ESPN.

The Scotsman was appointed after the mid-season sacking of Slaven Bilic, with the side in relegation threat after a poor start to the campaign.

However, Moyes led West Ham to Premier League safety, with positives including the form of Marko Arnautovic and a more-dogged defensive effort.

It remains to be seen if the Hammers will keep the former Sunderland boss at the club for next season, but ESPN claim that the decision has been made to part company with the experienced head coach.

If this does happen, it will be somewhat harsh on Moyes who has done a good job in stabilising the ship and avoiding a stressful campaign of fighting relegation.

West Ham have been linked with a host of new names to replace the Scotsman, with Manuel Pellegrini the latest high-profile coach to be touted with the London Stadium position.

It is an important summer for the club, with recruitment of a host of new players needed for the Hammers to be competitive and pushing forward next season.