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Sport West Ham put new deal for David Moyes and star men on hold

02:50  04 december  2020
02:50  04 december  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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West Ham are delaying formal contract talks with manager David Moyes and a clutch of key players until they are clear on when supporters can return to the London Stadium.

The club have decided not to finalise any contract extensions until the start of 2021 so they can first assess the financial losses suffered during the Covid-19 crisis.

Sources also claim there are concerns about a potential public backlash if the club hand out new deals during a pandemic that has had crippling economic effects across the country.

David Moyes looking at the camera © Provided by Daily Mail Michail Antonio playing a game of football: Michail Antonio is a key player for West Ham and they remain keen to get him on a new deal © Provided by Daily Mail Michail Antonio is a key player for West Ham and they remain keen to get him on a new deal

There is hope, however, that the return of fans — albeit in a limited capacity — will help the Hammers move forward with securing the futures of key personnel early next year.

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West Ham, like all Premier League clubs, will likely make a loss by opening to just 2,000 fans from Saturday, when they host Manchester United.

But increases to the limits in 2021 should ease financial concerns, allowing West Ham to strike deals with Moyes — and key players such as Michail Antonio, Lukasz Fabianski and Fabian Balbuena, who are out of contact in the summer.

Club captain Mark Noble's deal also expires at the end of the season, while first-choice defender Angelo Ogbonna is out of contract at the end of next season.

In previous seasons, such discussions over extensions would be well on course.

a group of men playing a game of football: West Ham are holding off on contract talks with the likes of captain Mark Noble (middle) © Provided by Daily Mail West Ham are holding off on contract talks with the likes of captain Mark Noble (middle) Read more

West Ham Put New Deal For David Moyes On Hold .
West Ham are set to delay formal contract talks with manager David Moyes until there is clarity on when supporters can return to stadia, according to the Daily Mail. Despite some reports to the contrary this week of a potential new deal for the 57-year-old, the Daily Mail claimed that the club have decided not to finalise any contract extensions until the start of 2021. They added that the hierarchy fears a ‘public backlash’ were they to offer out improved deals whilst the rest of the country feels the economic effects of the pandemic.

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