Real Mallorca boss Gregorio Manzano is reportedly an outside candidate to manage at West Ham United. The search is on to find Gianfranco Zola replacement, and Manzano has had an excellent season in the Primera Division, guiding his side to a fifth-placed finish in the Spanish league.

The Mirror claims that the 54-year-old is among the leading candidates for the West Ham job.

Croatia tactician Slaven Bilic, Portsmouth boss Avram Grant and Ajax manager Martin Jol are believed to be the other candidates who the Hammers are considering as Zola's successor.