In a bit of a sensational news, we are coming across a few whispers in England that West Ham are looking at Carlo Ancelotti as a replacement to their current manager Slaven Bilic.

The Hammers have had an awful start to the season as they have managed to gather just seven points from as many games in the new campaign. The East London outfit are currently languishing at the 15th position of the league table and are only two points clear of the relegation zone. And in such a sticky position the pressure has been ever growing on their Croatian manager – so much so that the Hammers board are planning to sack Bilic.

And if several reports are to believed then the West Ham management are looking at recently sacked Bayern boss, Carlo Ancelotti as their new manager. Ancelotti was relieved of his duties as the coach of Bayern Munich just a few days back after the Bavarians’ 3-0 loss to PSG in the Champions League group stage.

Rumours of Ancelotti managing West Ham have been growing stronger with each passing day and a few reports are claiming that the Italian has already agreed on a deal with the club.

But Metro has a totally different view to this story. According to them, the Ex-Milan boss will spend the remainder of the season as a free agent and will only change his mind if the managerial position at Arsenal becomes available.

Even though the major media houses in England are debating over which club Carlo Ancelotti will manage next but from what we feel the Italian is surely going to manage a London based club – in this season or the next.