David Moyes now wants to keep Conor Coventry at West Ham United this summer according to ExWHUemployee.
It was originally thought that the 21-year-old Hammers midfielder was set to leave the London Stadium on loan.
ExWHUemployee suggested earlier this week that Moyes had decided to send Coventry out on loan to Peterborough United.
It appears as though the Scot has changed his mind, however.
David Moyes performs Coventry U-turn
It seems as though the talented youngster will be staying in East London this summer.
ExWHUemployee now claims that Moyes has decided to keep the 21-year-old at West Ham in order to provide more cover for Tomas Soucek, Declan Rice and Mark Noble.
We think that is 100 per cent the right call from the Scot.
Coventry could have a key role to play at the London Stadium this season.
He has been really impressive for West Ham during our pre-season games and allowing him to leave on loan this summer would have been a crazy decision.
This upcoming season could really be the making of the young midfielder.
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Let’s hope that Moyes’s decision to keep Coventry in East London ends up being an inspired one.