GRAHAM POTTER could be on the radar of yet another Premier League team following his Chelsea axing.
The former Brighton boss left Stamford Bridge after eight months on Sunday as he failed to revive the club from their poor start to the season.
It was a torrid few months for Potter who only lasted 31 games in west London
The 47-year-old was immediately offered a route back into football as Leicester City, who sacked Brendan Rodgers hours before Chelsea made their move, turned to him.
But Potter rejected the opportunity as he opted to spend some time away from football.
He is unlikely to be short of more offers in the summer with another English club linked to him.
The Telegraph report he could be of interest to relegation-threatened West Ham.
The Hammers are one of only nine top-flight clubs who have not switched managers this season but David Moyes‘ future is far from certain.
West Ham have been underwhelming this campaign and have struggled for goals going forward.
The report claims Potter would “certainly” be among the London club’s candidates to succeed the Scotsman if he does depart.
Meanwhile, Leicester may reportedly opt to try Potter again in the summer once the dust from his Chelsea departure has settled, while Crystal Palace may also be in need of a coach when Roy Hodgson leaves again at the end of the season.
Chelsea will also be looking to press on with their managerial change with several managers linked to the role.
Former Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann remains the favourite for many but is believed to be keen on taking time out of the game.
Ex-Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, the only other manager Chelsea interviewed before appointing Potter, is also believed to be among the candidates.
The club will reportedly try and interview at least five candidates before deciding on a successor, with sporting directors Laurence Stewart and Paul Winstanley leading the hunt.
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