ExWHUemployee has claimed that West Ham boss David Moyes will not fight to keep Ryan Fredericks, when speaking on the West Ham Way podcast last night (Wednesday, December 9th).
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The 28-year-old joined the Hammers on a free transfer in the summer of 2018.
Fredericks has unfortunately failed to deliver during his time at the London Stadium, however.
The former Fulham man possesses blistering pace, but he never uses it to his advantage.
His confidence never seems to be high and that has undoubtedly held him back at West Ham.
Fredericks actually began this season in fine form. After getting injured, however, he found himself behind new signing Vladimir Coufal in the right-back pecking order.
And now ExWHUemployee has claimed that Moyes will not fight to keep the £75k-a-week ace at West Ham in January, when speaking on the West Ham Way podcast last night (Wednesday, December 9th):
“It’s been put out that the manager may consider letting him (Fredericks) leave. He’s happy with Coufal and Ben Johnson. I don’t think the manager is going to fight to keep him, he’s on about £75k-a-week.”
Most West Ham fans would’t be too bothered if Fredericks was moved on in January, as long as we get a decent fee for him of course.
David Moyes needs to bolster his ranks at the London Stadium in certain positions. But with our lack of funds, the Scot may need to sell before he can buy.
And it seems as though Fredericks may be one of those who is sacrificed.