Beşiktaş held a board meeting today to discuss the future of manager Slaven Bilic according to Fanatik.
The former Croatian national team head coach revealed that he does not expect to be kept on as Beşiktaş manager following his sides 1-0 defeat against Konyaspor on Monday 18 May.
The defeat against Konyaspor ended the Black Eagles title hopes and put securing a Champions League place in jeopardy.
“I do not expect Beşiktaş to keep me on at the end of the season,” Bilic said speaking on Lig Tv after the game.
Beşiktaş dropped points in three consecutive games to crash out of the title race but the Black Eagles could still secure a runners up spot and qualify for the Champions League.
The 46-year-old head coach has been closely linked with a move to West Ham over the past few weeks but denied being in talks with Hammers.
The Daily Star recently reported that Bilic is prepared to hold talks with West Ham to replace Sam Allardyce this summer.