David Moyes will reportedly sanction Tomas Soucek’s West Ham exit if the club obtain an appropriate provide this summer season.
He feels that the 27-year-old is a shadow of his previous self and doesn’t benefit an elevated wage.
Soucek had an especially underwhelming 2021/22 Premier League marketing campaign and he’ll be the primary one to inform you about it.
He set the bar so excessive along with his performances final season that many anticipated him to simply be the identical participant this time round as nicely.
Nonetheless, to resolve to let go of him after one dangerous marketing campaign doesn’t appear fairly proper, given the truth that the club are already shy on midfielders.
Mark Noble has retired whereas Alex Kral will likely be returning to his club – leaving the club quick on two extra central midfielders.
We have no idea whether or not Conor Coventry will likely be launched to the primary group subsequent time period so we’re ready to see how this example transpires.
Hopefully, Moyes modifications his thoughts on Soucek and offers him one other likelihood to show himself.
In different West Ham information, a soccer finance skilled has made a mammoth £200m Hammers declare amid current hypothesis.