West Ham will not offer Slaven Bilic a new contract during the summer amid interest from Turkish club Fenerbahce, per reports from The Evening Standard. The 48 year old has one year remaining on his current deal at the London Stadium.
The Croat has been criticized, as the Hammers have not managed to build upon their impressive performances of last season. However, results have improved recently and the club are currently on a five match unbeaten run and have also not conceded a goal in their past three matches.
Though Bilic is likely to remain manager of the East London club, it now appears that the club are waiting to see results from next season before deciding if they wish to offer the boss a long time deal.
If one thing is certain, Bilic will certainly be doing a lot of shopping during the summer. With Diafra Sakho and Andy Caroll struggling with injury problems throughout the season, the club will be on the lookout for new forwards.