David Moyes faces a huge summer rebuild next year with 11 West Ham United players’ contracts expiring in 2024.
The Scot led the Hammers to back-to-back European campaigns and won the Europa Conference League last season.
There were calls for him to be sacked last season after West Ham’s poor Premier League campaign, but he seems to have turned things around now.
The Hammers are absolutely flying in the Premier League, and are currently sitting in fourth spot in the Premier League table.
However, some future planning will be needed from Moyes, if we are to have any kind of sustained success over the next few years…
David Moyes faces huge summer rebuild next year with 11 West Ham players’ contracts expiring in 2024
The Hammers face a potentially huge problem next summer.
Tomas Soucek, Pablo Fornals, Vladimir Coufal, Ben Johnson, Michail Antonio, Aaron Cresswell, Lukasz Fabianski, Conor Coventry, Angelo Ogbona, Divin Mubama and Joseph Anang are all due to be out of contract in just 10 month’s time.
Out of those 11 players, only Anang, Mubama and Coventry can’t be considered as first-team regulars.
It is worth nothing that West Ham have the option to extend the deals of Soucek, Coufal, Fornals and Antonio by a further 12 months.
Still, a big rebuild will obviously be required at the London Stadium next summer.
If I had to guess, I would imagine that Soucek, Fornals, Antonio and Coufal will have their 12-month options activated whilst a new deal will surely be offered to Mubama. I would not be surprised in the slightest to see the other six names released.
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