Don Hutchison has claimed that West Ham ace Andriy Yarmolenko could be the next player to be moved on by David Moyes if he doesn’t get his act together.
After an incredibly underwhelming three year spell with West Ham following his £17 million move from Borussia Dortmund in 2018 (The Sun), it would be no surprise to see Moyes move the 31-year-old Hammers attacker on.
Yarmolenko has shown the odd glimpse of his quality but the injury that he suffered a couple of years ago clearly had a big impact on him.
The Ukraine international just hasn’t been the same player since.
And aside from his goal against Chelsea last year, he has contributed little to David Moyes’s rebuild at the London Stadium.
Don Hutchison names West Ham player who could be moved on in January
Yarmolenko’s days at the London Stadium could be numbered.
That’s according to ex-Hammer Hutchison.
He told The Weekend Review:
“The job he (Moyes) has done in the windows is incredible – players he has bought, but recognising the players that are not good enough. Seb Haller who didn’t put a shift in, Felipe Anderson. Yarmolenko might be the next one gone if he is not careful.”
It really wouldn’t be a shock to see West Ham sell Andriy Yamrolenko in January.
Either that or West Ham boss David Moyes will release him in the summer on a free transfer.
The Scot has made it very clear that he wants a squad of young, athletic and robust players.
And Yarmo clearly doesn’t fit into that category.
Getting his massive wages off the books would be a huge bonus for the Hammers as well.