West Ham are preparing themselves for some big and important moves in the weeks to come. After an interesting start of the season and a really good transfer window, that has seen them sign Sebastian Haller from Eintracht Frankfurt, among others, they are now ready to offer contract extensions to several first-team players.
According to reporting of The Sun, the Hammers are set to offer a new contract to Aaron Cresswell, but are also considering to do so with another three players. Cresswell’s start to the season has been particularly strong, with two goals he scored in the last couple of weeks. He also scored a stunning free-kick against Manchester United and now West Ham want to keep him at the club until June 2023.
His current contract is ending in 2021, which would make this a tw0-year extension. The Sun are also suggesting that Mark Noble, Lukasz Fabianski and Michail Antonio could all be offered new deals. Their contracts run through June 2021.
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