Hooked at half-time, David Moyes will let West Ham man move on

David Moyes, Liverpool v West Ham March 2022

West Ham boss David Moyes is set to reshuffle his squad this summer with two more players set to be offloaded, according to a report.

Earlier in the week, Issa Diop and Arthur Masuaku were two players named that look set to move on. Both players are under contract, but David Moyes will look to move them on, according to givemesport.

And now Andriy Yarmolenko and Ryan Fredericks have been tipped to depart by Caughtoffside.

The pair will both be out of contract at West Ham in the summer after struggling for minutes this season.

The speedy Fredericks arrived from Fulham in the summer of 2018. But he has never managed to establish himself as a first-team regular. And Moyes bought fellow right-back Vladimir Coufal in October 2020, who has done exactly that.

Now with emergence of Ben Johnson and academy star Harrison Ashby in line behind him, 29-year-old Fredericks looks set to leave on a free.

He has not held talks over a new deal and has made just one Premier League start all season. That was the recent draw with Newcastle when he was hooked at half-time in favour of Johnson.

Yarmolenko to leave on a free

Yarmolenko, 32, is another player who has not spoken to the club about a new contract.

The Ukraine winger has not made a league start all season, but has scored three goals in all competitions from 25 appearances.

He has though popped up with three crucial goals in recent weeks, but Moyes is set to wave off the Dynamo Kyiv man on a free transfer.

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“The goal is great. He has great technical ability. And he is capable of scoring big goals, as he has done for me since I’ve been here,” said Moyes after the winger scored the opening goal in the 2-1 win over Aston Villa.

“We needed it because we haven’t been scoring that many goals, but today we got two. I thought we looked comfortable then but we gave them a goal back.”

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