Former West Ham player Michael Carrick is now 4/1 to be the next West Ham manager as pressure continues to build on David Moyes role at the club.
UK Betting Sites make the current Middlesbrough manager Carrick second favourite in the betting market as his stock rises due to impressing in his first full managerial role.
BetVictor now give Carrick a 20% probability of taking over from David Moyes next and it may be the perfect next step in the managerial career of the former Manchester United midfielder.
Back in February when Moyes was as short as 4/5 to be the next Premier League manager to be sacked we did not see Carrick even feature in the market to take over at the London Stadium.
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|Nuno Espirito Santo||12/1||7.7%|
It's no surprise to see Will Still feature in the betting market to take over from West Ham with the current Stade Reims manager similar to Carrick in terms of his stock rising in recent months.
Bookmakers have been offering odds for him to manage in the Premier League next season with Still admitting that he wants to manage in the league at some point.
Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com
Rafael Benitez was moved into evens favourite to be the next West Ham manager back in February when there were reports around David Moyes being on the brink of being sacked.
Since then though the rumours have cooled and Moyes remains as the West Ham boss although the pressure will continue to rise as long as the Hammers are in a relegation scrap.
Benitez does still remain the favourite to take over at the London Stadium next with his odds giving him a 25% chance of being the next West Ham manager.
With the Hammers currently sat in the relegation zone it's more than fair to say that they are well and truly a part of the relegation battle this season which is a massive surprise to many.
The Hammers were one of the most impressive teams in England last season, finishing 7th in the Premier League and reaching the Europa League semi-finals.
Fast forward to this season though and the Hammers are struggling and sat in 18th spot in the division on just 24 points and a point off safety in the division.
Bookmakers though still make them 9/2 to be relegated this season with 7 clubs standing above them in the betting odds.
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