Aaron Cresswell has signed a contract extension with West Ham that runs until the summer of 2023, as confirmed via the club’s official website.
The Sun reported yesterday that the left-back was in line for a new deal. So their information is obviously well-sourced.
And they also suggested that three other Hammers players were in line for new contracts.
The British tabloid claimed that West Ham will be looking at renewing the contracts of Mark Noble, Lukasz Fabianski and Michail Antonio.
All three players have a little more than 18 months remaining on their current deals with the east London outfit.
All three players mentioned are hugely important to the Hammers. So getting them tied down to longer term contracts would be a wise move from the West Ham owners.
Noble is Manuel Pellegrini’s leader both on and off the pitch.
Fabianski, meanwhile, has proven to be one of the Premier League’s best value-for-money signings of all-time.
And Antonio offers the Hammers something that they do not otherwise possess, what with his raw pace and power.
And having all three players’ futures sorted out sooner rather than later can only be good news for West Ham.