, West Ham United hierarchy change could lead to a potential blow for West Brom

West Ham United hierarchy change could lead to a potential blow for West Brom

A hierarchy change at West Ham United could prove to be a potential blow for West Bromwich Albion with Manuel Pellegrini reportedly on ‘thin ice’ and could be close to losing his job.

West Ham have won just once in their 11 games and the hierarchy are becoming increasingly concerned at their startling form and Pellegrini’s job is under threat.

Albion supporters have been worried over losing their on-loan star man Grady Diangana and despite Pellegrini’s assurances that they wish for him to remain at the Hawthorns, a change of management could be decisive.

So far, Diangana has scored four goals and provided six assists whilst also starring for the England under-21 side and manager Slaven Bilic will be determined to keep the young starlet.

However, West Brom faced a similar situation last year when Harvey Barnes was recalled by parent club Leicester City despite their manager at the time Claude Puel claiming he would remain with the Baggies.

The sacking of Pellegrini, which is believed to be a very real possibility in the coming weeks unless there is an upturn in form, would leave West Ham’s stance on Diangana uncertain until a new appointment is made who could decide he wants the winger back at the club.

Former Albion favourite Enzo Maresca is a surprising choice to possibly replace the Chilean should be receive the sack and Albion will be hoping for somewhat of a favourite from their former player if he does take the reins.

Whatever happens over the coming months, West Brom will undoubtedly be desperate to retain Diangana for the entirety of the season with their automatic promotion chances looking very likely.

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