David Moyes is set to pick up anything between £1.25 million – 2.1 million if he saves the Hammers from relegation this season.
The 54 year old looks likely to secure the Irons Premier League safety after signing stay up a deal worth £15k a week plus the stay up bonus ahead and new talks could lead to fresh one of two year deal at the end of the season.
The relegation safety deal is scaled up to a maximum of £2.1 million from the £1.25 million he would receive for the Hammers securing 17th position.
Should he be successful – as seems likely – in keeping the Hammers up he is likely to pick up a new deal worth between £200k – £250k a month at the London Stadium next season.
However, both sides stress nothing has been decided at this stage and that talks will get underway in earnest at the end of the campaign assuming the Hammers retain their PL status.