West Ham have not won a game since Lukasz Fabianski suffered an injury against Bournemouth at the end of September.
The Hammers have fallen from fifth spot in the Premier League table all the way down to 17th.
And they are in a real relegation battle now.
West Ham are just three points clear of the drop zone, and with a tough set of fixtures to come, things are looking bleak for Manuel Pellegrini’s side.
Roberto has filled in for Fabianski over the past two months, and he has been absolutely shocking. The 33-year-old has shipped 14 goals in six games, and has made a number of high profile errors that have really cost his side.
The Hammers have really missed Fabianski, 34. Pellegrini must be desperate for the Pole to return. The experienced ‘keeper was originally ruled out until January. But it seems as though he could return sooner than first expected.
West Ham insider ExWHUemployee claims that Fabianski could be back for the east London outfit’s clash with Southampton on December 14th…
I think the Southampton game is the target https://t.co/k276hx6ovJ
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) November 27, 2019
The problem for Pellegrini is that his side take on Chelsea, Wolves and Arsenal before that game.
And if West Ham fail to get any positive results from those matches, the Chilean could be sent packing before Fabianski even makes his return.