West Ham United: ExWHU worker shares Lukasz Fabianski contract news

Rush Green’s source, ExWHUemployee, has shared the latest contract news for West Ham United goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.

The Lowdown: First-choice keeper?

There has been a heated debate among fans this season about who should be the Irons’ first-choice goaltender. These disputes were torn between Fabianski, 36, and Alphonse Areola, on loan from Paris Saint-Germain.

It looks like David Moyes has faced the same dilemma, given that Fabianski has played every Premier League game this season, while Areola has been fielded in the Europa League.

However, the former Poland international’s contract is set to expire this summer, throwing the number one position up in the air.

The latest: the update of Ex…

Club insider ExWHUemployee has shared an update on Fabianski’s contract situation. In an interview for his website The West Ham Way, he said:

“Yes, I can say that the extension of Fabianski’s deal is accepted in principle, so unless there is a drastic change which is unlikely, it should be confirmed by the club very soon. In this As for the summer, we will definitely be looking for a new keeper as Randolph will leave and maybe the same for David Martin, although he could still be kept.

“We could also consider extending Areola’s loan deal, but we also have a firm interest in Sam Johnstone. So far, no final decision has been made. »

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Verdict: sign him for one more season

As evidenced by the 310 appearances to his name, Fabianski would be an excellent servant to have at any top club, given his wealth of Premier League experience.

Even if he doesn’t play next season, the 36-year-old could give future goalkeepers some good advice and could help Areola (or Johnstone) become the team’s number one.

With Moyes hailing his keeper’s saves as “exceptional” last season, it looks like Fabianski will still be a key part of the club for now.

In other news: West Ham United: ExWHU worker drops triple transfer request

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