The Premier League have today confirmed that West Ham released nine players
In addition to Andy Carroll, Samir Nasri, Adrian and Toni Martinez another five Hammers have been released.
The lesser-known Moses Makasi, Josh Pask, Noha Sylvestre and Vashon Neufville have also been released.
Pask started his career with his local club West Ham, joining them at the age of eight. He progressed through the Academy and went on to sign a two-year scholarship in the summer of 2014, after turning down an approach from Arsenal. In 2014, despite still being a first-year scholar he signed his first professional contract on his seventeenth birthday, agreeing a three-year deal.
Makasi signed his first professional contract with West Ham in 2014. He spent time on loan at Chelmsford City in 2015, making six league appearances. He signed a new contract with West Ham in May 2016 for three years.
Sylvestre joined the Hammers from his native Switzerland, He began his career with FC Bure in his homeland before joining US Boncourt and then Swiss Second Division club FC Concordia Basel as an U16.
Neufville joined West Ham at U14 level from Chelsea signing his first professional contract at the club in July 2016 for three years.