West Ham United’s co-owner David Sullivan claims Gianfranco Zola has ‘indicated’ he may resign.
Zola’s position at Upton Park has come under scrutiny as West Ham have struggled this season and although the club are now safe from relegation, questions about the Italian’s future refuse to go away.
Sullivan says the board have not reached a conclusion regarding Zola’s future, but believes the former Chelsea player has been considering his position at the club.
“No decision has been made,” Sullivan told the Daily Telegraph.
“He did indicate he might resign at the end of the season, but he might well have changed his mind.
“In interviews he has not committed his future to the club beyond the end of the season.”
The Hammers are also preparing to overhaul their squad with Sullivan revealing that he is prepared to listen to offers for every player, except midfielder Scott Parker.
He added: “Zola has repeatedly said he’s a coach and doesn’t want to be involved in the selection of players for the club.
“I’m sure he’d accept the departure of any player if we brought in a better one.
“We’ve had no offers for any players. This year’s performances have not been good enough and some players will stay and others will go.
“We will do deals that make financial sense for the club.”