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Here’s the contract ending situation with key Hammers

Rice – Contract ends 2024

West Ham – like every other club – will be looking keenly at the contractual position of their key players as a summer approaches when spending will no doubt be at a minimum across the world game.

The mega marquee signings look very likely to be a thing of the past as the game HOPEFULLY prepares for a new season once we recover from the present situation.

We are assured by club insiders that virtually all of our current playing squad have options on their deals which can be triggered and thankfully no players find their deals coming to an end in the immediate future.

Fornals with the club until 2024

We have checked out the key Hammers via https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/unique-sports-management/beraterfirma/berater/4142 and here’s this situation on our key players which actually doesn’t look too bad at all.

No doubt Moysie will want to add to the squad but loks reasonably well placed as things stand.

Fabianski – out of contract 2021

FredericksĀ  2022

Diop 2023

Ogbonna 2022

Balbuena 2021

Cresswell 2023

Rice 2024

Noble 2021

Fornals 2024

Snodgrass 2021

Anderson 2022

Antonio 2021

Yarmolenko 2022

Haller 2024

Lanzini 2023.

Diangana 2025

Cullen 2021

Tomas Soucek will remain at the cub following a loan spell assuming we stay in the Premier League.

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One comment on “Here’s the contract ending situation with key Hammers

  1. Despite the length of individual contracts it will be interesting to see who stays and who goes next season.
    Wages are bound to fall as we face a new economic reality post/virus. Crazy money days over? In the cost of players; their salaries and season ticket prices? How many clubs will go to the wall? Fewer jobs for players?
    Could football clubs become truly local
    again? Imagine that.

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