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Academy stars to thrive and new playmaker signs: How we predict West Ham may line up in five years

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West Ham United manager David Moyes is eager to build a young and hungry team, admitting that he would like to only sign players that are 25-years-old or under (Claret and Hugh).

Taking that and potential transfers into account, we’ve predicted how the Hammers could line up in 2025.



January arrival Jarrod Bowen should be on the right-wing as he’s young and signed a long-term deal, leaving academy star Xande Silva to lead the line as the club’s striker.



The young Hammers are undefeated in the league so far this term and could go on to have bright futures.

Operating on the left flank could be Grady Diangana, who is scheduled to return from his loan with West Brom this summer.

Jeremy Ngakia won’t be shifted from his right-back spot, whilst if the Hammers can fend off interest in Issa Diop, then he’ll certainly still be a starter.

Declan Rice has a long-term deal with the Hammers and we feel he could be the one to lead the team forward, so if the club can keep hold of him, he’ll certainly be in the team and potentially the captain too.
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