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West Ham ace set to rejoin club he left in 2018 in the summer transfer window

West Ham United right-back Ryan Fredericks reportedly could be set to rejoin Fulham in the summer transfer window.

That’s according to a report from The Evening Standard who reckon that the 29-year-old’s time at the London Stadium is coming to an end.

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Hammers boss David Moyes has a lot of work to do in the transfer market before the start of next season.

The Scot needs to sign six or seven players as a bare minimum if we are to remain competitive on all fronts next term. One of the reasons for the need for the big overhaul is the fact that so many players are approaching the end of their deals.

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One of them is Ryan Fredericks. Yesterday, I wrote a piece here on Hammers News saying how West Ham absolutely cannot offer him a new deal. And it seems as though the East London outfit don’t plan on doing so…thankfully.

West Ham player Ryan Fredericks set to rejoin Fulham in the summer transfer window

The Evening Standard claims that Fredericks is set to return to Craven Cottage on a free transfer at the end of this season.

That’s good news. He’s quite simply not good enough to be playing for West Ham.

And he’s on a very decent salary at the London Stadium, so getting those wages off the books will be vital this summer.

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Moyes has Ben Johnson and Vladimir Coufal to choose from in the right-back department and Harrison Ashby is coming through the ranks as well.

Fredericks possesses plenty of pace but aside from that, he’s a long way away from being a Premier League footballer.

We wish the West Ham defender the best of luck if he does go back to Fulham in the summer transfer window. He joined the Hammers on a free transfer from the West London outfit back in 2018.

Whether he will have more success there than he did at West Ham remains to be seen, however.

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