West Ham goalkeeper Adrian will leave the club this summer. And team-mate Lukasz Fabianski has taken to Twitter to say goodbye to his fellow goalkeeper.
Fabianski, who won Hammer of the Year and has kept Adrian out of the side, thanked Adrian for his help and wished him all the best in the future.
Thx for everything Amigo. It was pleasure to work with you. All the best in the future @adr13nsanmiguel 💪 pic.twitter.com/aGY1cNXTEl
— Łukasz Fabiański (@LukaszFabianski) May 30, 2019
Adrian at West Ham
West Ham signed Adrian back in 2013 on a free transfer after he left Real Betis. The Spaniard played 150 games for West Ham in a memorable six-year spell and he will be fondly remembered.
Adrian has produced some impressive individual displays and he always showed lots of passion when he played. But the 32-year-old is leaving to pursue first-team chances elsewhere.
The Hammers signed Fabianski from Swansea City last summer and he has nailed down the goalkeeper spot. Adrian has been limited to cup appearances only this season.
With his contract expiring, Adrian felt this was the right time to depart. He has said his goodbyes to the fans and his team-mates after six successful years in East London.
West Ham supporters loved Fabianski’s farewell message. Here are a few tweets from West Ham fans after Fabianski said goodbye to Adrian on social media.
— ⚒jakeWHU⚒ (@JAKEWHUCOYI) May 30, 2019
I’ve met Adrian a few times. He’s lovely. So is super Fabs ⚒️
— Susan Clark (@claretbluesue) May 30, 2019
2 goats 🐐 🐐🐐
— Lorcan Ritchie (@LorcanRitchie) May 30, 2019
— ⚒⚒ (@fabianzkis) May 30, 2019