West Ham United star Manuel Lanzini makes contract admission amid transfer offers

Manuel Lanzini admits “no one” at West Ham had spoken to the midfielder about his future ahead of his contract expiring this June. Teams are also now targeting transfers.

West Ham have several players set to become free agents on July 1, including Lanzini, Aaron Cresswell, Angelo Ogbonna, Lukasz Fabianski and Vladimir Coufal. But Irons has yet to discuss the new terms with Lanzini. The Hammers didn’t decide to let him go either.

West Ham have the option to extend Lanzini’s current contract for a further two years. The London Stadium side agreed to the terms with the 30-year-old when they last signed a new contract in August 2019. But the Argentine has had limited use for David Moyes this season.

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David Moyes gives Manuel Lanzini only small role at West Ham

Moyes has featured Lanzini in just 19 games in all competitions for West Ham, although he is available in 39 games. The Scot has also started the midfielder in just 12 appearances, 10 of them in Europe. He opened up all their UEFA league ties.

Lanzini showed the assists he can still provide as West Ham beat AEK Larnaca 4-0 in the second leg of their round of 16 tie on Thursday. However, it was also the first assist of the season for the five-cap Argentine star. He also scored twice in the Europa League group stage.

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Manuel Lanzini has received a free transfer offer after his contract expires

Once Lanzini’s contract at West Ham expires, rival teams still appreciate the offer that Lanzini can move on a free transfer. dean jones There are reports that some overseas teams have done £70,000 per week Star Deals. From January 1, he will be able to negotiate with foreign teams.

West Ham to pay Al Jazira £9 million Lanzini was signed in March 2016 after accepting an option in the terms of his initial loan transfer. But after 222 appearances, 31 goals and 28 assists in all competitions, the Irons have left the Itusango-born maestro in the dark about his future.

“No no no,” Lanzini said, quoted in football. london. “No one talks to me, but we’ll see what happens in the summer.”

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