Pablo Fornals faces an extremely uncertain future with West Ham United.
Personally, I absolutely love the Spaniard, and he loves the West Ham fans as well. His passion, commitment to the cause and teamwork is second to none.
He gives his absolute all every single time he takes to the pitch for the Hammers but as things stand, he seems like somewhat of a spare part. I believe that a January exit for Fornals will be in his best interest, and the club’s…
Pablo Fornals should look to leave West Ham in the January transfer window
Listen, I would love the 27-year-old to stay at the London Stadium for the remainder of his career, but it won’t be any good for him, and we should try to sell the midfielder in January in order to get a decent fee for him.
There’s no way he’s getting in the side ahead of Lucas Paqueta or Mohammed Kudus, and Said Benrahma is ahead of him in the pecking order on the left wing.
West Ham have an option to extend the Spaniard’s contract by a further 12 months, so his deal at the London Stadium essentially runs until the summer of 2025.
We will still be able to get a decent fee for him if we sell him in the January window, or next summer at the very latest.
However, if Moyes does decide to cash in on Pablo Fornals, it will be pivotal for the West Ham boss to bring in a replacement for him.
Unless the Scot plans to sign Jesse Lingard on a free transfer of course.
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