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Youngster Won’t Be Offered New Contract

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West Ham United striker Divin Mubama is expected to leave the club upon his contract expiry this summer, according to The Evening Standard. The 19-year-old reportedly won’t be offered a new deal after failing to secure regular playing time under David Moyes.

Mubama did not start a single Premier League match this season and saw only 75 minutes of league action. With the arrival of new manager Julen Lopetegui, Mubama seems to be seeking a new club where he can get more playing opportunities.

This appears to be a mutual decision that benefits both parties. Mubama didn’t get enough chances despite a promising pre-season, it is a shame as he appeared at one stage to be on the verge of breaking into the first team.

With Lopetegui’s arrival, significant squad changes are expected, including reinforcements in attack.

Mubama’s age and potential make him an attractive option for other clubs. It will be interesting to see where he lands and how he performs with a new team.

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  • Cultured left foot says:

    Moyes ruined this lads potential at West ham as he did Haller and Scam. Sorry to see him go and get more potential sell on fees on a good English player. What kind of manager gives such talent 75 minutes for a whole season when teenagers are scoring all through the premier league. Oh sorry I forgot it was David Moyes.

  • Dan says:

    He had enough chances never took one,championship player at best

  • Steve Wells says:

    His lack of minutes is criminal. He couldn’t have done worse than Danny Ings. Just like Ben Johnson he’s frustrated at not getting game time, and the pair of them are on their way with the club gets nothing for them.

  • Terry Hill says:

    How many more youngsters are we going to lose will new manager offer better chances….we should
    Take a leaf out of man city book

  • Ken Coutts says:

    What a waste of money spent on developing talent only for talent to have no outlet.

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