West Ham United's board are split over the future of manager Sam Allardyce.
The Mail on Sunday says the Hammers hierarchy remain torn about keeping Allardyce or undergoing a change of direction.
There is a growing rift between Allardyce and co-owner David Sullivan.
Big Sam was less than impressed by Sullivan's brutal review of this season's campaign last week.
And it's been revealed Sullivan was unhappy with Allardyce's recent remarks that his ambition was bigger than that of the club.
There will be a summit meeting this week about the way forward and it is likely the club will part company with Allardyce.
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