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Soucek update: Where he stands

By Dave Langton

Tomas Soucek looks set to stay at West Ham this season, as no clubs are currently willing to move for him.

We have reported extensively on the Soucek situation and there was a feeling at the start of the transfer window that he was likely to leave.

A number of clubs have expressed interest privately, but a source close to the player has told ClaretandHugh that there is no live interest in signing the player.

It means Soucek is set to remain at West Ham for another season at least.

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The Irons have always maintained that they would be more than happy to keep the Czech Republic international at the club, and that only a big bid would sway that mentality.

With no offers seemingly lined up, the Irons are set to plan for the new season with their first-choice midfield duo of Soucek and Declan Rice intact.

Next summer, of course, may well be different, because Soucek will enter the final year of his contract.

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About Dave Langton

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.

One comment on “Soucek update: Where he stands

  1. Self inflicted pain West Ham. It was fine and we broke it, and now are hoping it mends itself. No chance. This has been a sad, sorry avoidable clanger, and the fans all know it.

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