West Ham now set to discuss new contract with in-form first-team veteran

According to Football Insider, talks are expected to take place regarding a new contract for West Ham United goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, which would keep him at the London Stadium until the end of next season.

As reports the FFC, West Ham is facing the possibility of several key players leaving the club in the summer, with Aaron Cresswell, Angelo Ogbonna, and Vladimir Coufal all set to be out of contract.

Declan Rice has also been linked with a move away, with Arsenal and Chelsea both reportedly interested in signing the midfielder. Gianluca Scamacca may also leave the club after a disappointing first season, with Italian clubs expected to show interest in him. Meanwhile, there have been reports that Pablo Fornals and Tomas Soucek could also be on the move, despite ongoing negotiations regarding a new contract for the latter.

West Ham manager David Moyes is keen to keep Fabianski and it is believed the club will discuss a potential contract extension with the goalkeeper in the off-season. Given that Fabianski is now 38 years old, it is likely that any new deal will only be for an additional year.