West Ham United are reportedly set to review Slaven Bilic’s job at the end of the season.
After a fantastic first season with West Ham, Bilic has struggled to replicate his form in the second season with the club languishing in the lower half of the table.
If the Hammers do decide to get rid of Bilic in the summer, Hull City boss Marco Silva has emerged as a contender for the manager role at the London Stadium, according to a report by The Telegraph.
Marco Silva has been a revelation at Hull, guiding them out of the relegation zone since taking over from Mike Phelan.
The 39-year-old only has a contract until the end of the season with Hull and while the Tigers are desperate to keep him, three Premier League clubs are preparing to pounce, including West Ham.
Southampton and Watford are also interested in Silva after Claude Puel and Walter Mazzarri have delivered mid-table finishes to their respective sides.
According to this report, David Gold and David Sullivan will be keen on the former Sporting Lisbon and Olympiacos boss if he can complete the job at Hull and keep them afloat.