West Ham have some truly brilliant young talents coming through the ranks at the London Stadium. And we could have an incredible starting line-up on our hands in 2031.

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David Moyes has some seriously exciting youth prospects at his disposal.

The future looks very bright for the Hammers, that’s for sure.

If Moyes remains at the helm for the next decade and is given the chance to continue his fine work in East London, West Ham could be on to something very special.

Here’s what the West Ham starting line-up could look like in 2031:

Joseph Anang

The 21-year-old stopper is highly rated in East London. A loan move away from the Hammers next season would do him the world of good.

Emmanuel Longelo

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Emmanuel Longelo in action for West Ham (Photo by Arfa Griffiths/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

The 20-year-old left-back has just penned a new long-term deal with West Ham and he looks like a supremely talented young player.

Harrison Ashby

The 19-year-old right-back really impressed when playing for the senior side in the Carabao Cup at the start of last season. He seems to have all of the ingredients needed to go on and reach the very top.

Aji Alese

At 20, Alese has really impressed for the Hammers’ youth teams. He is clearly a future star centre-back in the making.

Jamal Baptiste

Arguably the most highly rated youngster at West Ham, the 17-year-old centre-back already looks comfortable enough to be playing regular senior football.

 

Frederick Alves

The 21-year-old Dane arrived in East London from Silkeborg in January and he has really impressed at the club.

Declan Rice

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Hammers ace Declan Rice (Photo by Arfa Griffiths/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

There is nothing to say about the 22-year-old’s quality that hasn’t already been said. Class personified. Let’s hope we manage to keep hold of the 22-year-old for the next decade or so.

Alex Kral

The 23-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to sign the Spartak Moscow ace (Sky Sports and The Express). The Czech ace would be a superb partner for Rice in the middle of the park.

Adam Hlozek

Foot Mercato, 90Min and club insiders Claret and Hugh have all claimed that the 18-year-old is a target for the Hammers. He is a truly exceptional young talent. Fingers crossed we sign him this summer.

Mipo Odubeko

The 18-year-old has absolutely lit it up at youth level for West Ham. If he continues to improve he could very well be our starting centre-forward for the next decade.

Abdallah Sima

The 19-year-old Slavia Prague ace is a prime target for the Hammers according to multiple sources including Eurosport, ExWHUemployee and the Mirror (Friday January 8th, Page 61). Another top class talent who could really excel at the London Stadium.

The future is very bright. And if everything falls into place, West Ham could have an incredible starting line-up in 2031.

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