Ruben Amorim will not be joining West Ham or Liverpool as their new manager in the summer despite talks between the two sides in London on Monday.


The 39-year-old coach will reportedly leave Sporting Lisbon at the end of the season and wants to manage in the Premier League.


He has been widely touted as the man who could go on to succeed Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool this summer.



The Reds have been carrying out their due diligence on him but it has been claimed he is unlikely to be their preferred choice.


West Ham are now looking at him as a potential replacement for David Moyes and he was in London for talks with the Hammers on Monday.



He flew into the British capital and had his first meeting with West Ham and according to the Portuguese daily Record, the club were trying to convince him to move to the London Stadium.


It has been claimed that the meeting between Amorim and West Ham was not a positive one and he will not be the next Hammers boss.



West Ham failed in their attempts to seduce the 39-year-old who will now look at different options.


West Ham are also considering the candidature of former Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui in their search for a new manager.


Amorim will also not become the next Liverpool boss.