West Ham United will refuse any strategy for midfield ace Tomas Soucek this summer time as he stays integral to David Moyes’ squad.

In response to the Night Customary, the Irons need the Czech Republic international to be a key a part of a squad that may compete throughout all competitions subsequent season in order that they haven’t any intention on him leaving.

He nonetheless has two years left on his present contract on the London Stadium, as does his midfield companion Declan Rice, so there isn’t a rush to promote him.

The Night Customary additionally experiences that the rumours of a falling out between Soucek and Moyes not too long ago are utterly false as he seems to be to bolster the midfield after Mark Noble’s retirement.


Thank goodness we’re seeing our board be cussed and refuse to permit the club’s greatest gamers to depart as quickly as a standard large club comes knocking.

We are actually too good to be letting the likes of Soucek, Rice and even Jarrod Bowen depart the club on a budget for the large sides and it’s a reduction to see that the house owners have realised that truth and are appearing accordingly.

Ever since he arrived within the capital from his homeland, he has been a real power within the midfield and with out him, we’d not be anyplace close to the place we have now been over the previous 18 months.

All of the credit score usually will get thrown onto Rice and understandably in order England’s greatest midfielder outright however he can’t carry out the best way he does with out one other top-quality participant alongside him.

The experiences of a falling out have been at all times going to be nonsense and it’s nice to see that his future, for now no less than, is on the London Stadium.

In different West Ham information, Ryan Fredericks is leaving the club on a free transfer on 30 June and he could properly discover a new residence within the Premier League.

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Author: Londonlad

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