Now here’s something you probably didn’t expect to see this summer.
Paris Saint-Germain manager Unai Emery is the new shock managerial name on West Ham’s radar.
The Hammers are looking at bosses with David Moyes’ future uncertain.
46-year-old Emery is on a shortlist along with Manuel Pellegrini, Marco Silva and Paulo Fonseca.
The Spaniard would be a massive coup for the club after winning ten trophies in five years with PSG and previous club Sevilla.
PSG won the French league title by a mile but confirmed Emery will leave at the end of the season after they crashed out to Real Madrid in the Champions League last 16.
Moyes is due to meet the West Ham board next week as his short-term contract expires after today’s final game against Everton.
The Scot, 55, has kept the Hammers up but his style has proved unpopular with London Stadium fans.
Chilean Pellegrini, 64 — who is now working in China — won the title with Manchester City in 2014 but was then sacked to make way for Pep Guardiola.
Silva, 40, impressed despite failing to save Hull last term but was then axed by Watford after Everton’s bid to lure him away.
Fellow Portuguese Fonseca, 45, led Shakhtar Donetsk to the Ukrainian title and has been eyed by several Prem clubs.