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24-year-old posts tweet after his West Ham exit is confirmed

Alex Kral posted a message on Twitter last night after his West Ham United exit was officially confirmed.

The 24-year-old joined the Hammers on a season-long loan from Spartak Moscow last summer.

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West Ham had an option to sign him permanently this summer for around £12 million according to ExWHUemployee.

It was clear to see that David Moyes was never a fan of Kral though, and the Scot was believed to have decided back in March that he would not be keeping the midfielder at the London Stadium.

With Kral’s West Ham exit now confirmed, it will be interesting to see where he plays next season and whether or not he is given a chance to prove his worth.

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Kral was only given 255 minutes action by Moyes last season. Incredibly, 21 West Ham players played more minutes than the 24-year-old last term (Transfermarkt).

Even more damning for Kral regarding his lack of suitability to the English game was the fact that he was given just one minute of Premier League action all season long!

It is clearly obvious to see that David Moyes simply didn’t rate the Czech Republic international. If he did, he would have used him far more often.

24-year-old posts tweet after his West Ham exit is confirmed

In all fairness to Kral, he seems like a very hard-working player and a genuinely nice bloke.

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However, we still think that sending the midfielder back to Moscow is the right call. If he had anything about him, he would have been given more opportunities this season.

There is the argument that the 24-year-old midfielder simply wasn’t given enough time on the pitch to showcase his talent.

It’s a real shame that things didn’t work out for Kral at the London Stadium.

He posted a heartfelt message on Twitter yesterday after his exit from West Ham was officially confirmed:

Fair play Alex.

We wish him all the best in the future.

And with Kral’s West Ham exit from the London Stadium now confirmed, David Moyes absolutely must strengthen his central midfield ranks before the start of the new season.

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