According to a report from Football.London, Roberto faces a bleak future at West Ham, and David Moyes could be looking to move him on whenever the transfer window re-opens.

The 34-year-old joined the Hammers on a free transfer in the summer of 2019. He has been nothing short of an absolute disaster for West Ham, however.

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The Spaniard was farmed out to Alaves on loan in January. But Roberto is scheduled to return to the London Stadium at the end of the season.

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Roberto Jimenez (Photo by Rich Linley – CameraSport via Getty Images)

And his contract with the Hammers doesn’t expire until the summer of 2021.


Roberto played 10 games for West Ham and let in 21 goals, keeping only one clean sheet in the process (Transfermarkt).

The 34-year-old made two errors leading to goals for the opposition and made only one catch in eight Premier League games (

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Roberto Jimenez (Photo by Visionhaus)

It was clear to see that the Spaniard quite simply wasn’t good enough to be playing for a Premier League side.

And Football.London claims that the goalkeeper faces a very bleak future at West Ham. It is also suggested that David Moyes will try to move Roberto on whenever the current campaign finishes.

And there surely wouldn’t be one single Hammers fan who would be sad to see the 34-year-old leave the club.

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