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Irons star to get improved deal

West Ham will offer Manu Lanzini an improved deal in the summer despite him already being contracted to the club for another two years with a one year option.

The Argentine midfielder has been regularly linked with a move – notably to Liverpool – but the club are preparing a new deal which will be put to him once Premier League safety is assured.

Although the club has no need to make a move on offering him a new contract, they will do so under their  reward for excellence principle.

Both Aaron Cresswell and Michail Antonio have received  improved deals and ClaretandHugh has now learned that Lanzini can expect the same once the season comes to an end.

We were told by a club insider: “If we stay up a new deal will be on the table for him. However, he has a couple of years left on this one plus another  year’s option so there’s no rush. He’s our player.”

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon
 

3 comments on “Irons star to get improved deal

  1. My pal at spurs said he noticed a pile of files on targets, Lanzini was the biggest one.

    But he said they all know west ham won’t ever sell to spurs

  2. Just as they can be improved they can be broken ! If they want to keep our best players then they need a team around them to challenge for silverware etc , if not then they will leave ,
    Unless they strengthen this side considerably and spend some dosh they will move on ! No team keeps players who don’t want to be there ! In the end they get rid !
    Its up to the board ! Its not rocket science in today’s football ! The days of British loyal players has been long gone .😉

  3. I agree 100%
    We won’t keep our best players for long if we don’t invest in the rest of the squad. Regardless of what contract you put them on.

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