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Hammers terminate two loans

West Ham have terminated two loan deals, according to Ex WHU Employee.

The Hammers have brought back two youngsters from their current loan deals, and could now look to send them out to different clubs in the January transfer window.

Dan Chesters has returned from Colchester United, while Thierry Nevers has also returned from his spell at Newport County.

Colchester are currently 22nd in League Two and are battling for survival; Chesters has only made six starts in League Two and is now set to return to the Hammers.

Nevers, by comparison, made five starts for Newport and scored against Harrogate Town but has become a bit-part player in recent weeks.

It remains to be seen if either will be loaned out again, or whether they will be added back into the U23 squad.

Chesters is 20, as is Nevers, so there remains plenty of time for the pair to develop at the London Stadium.

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A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.