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‘Nope’, ‘Need to stop doing this’ – These West Ham fans react to supporter’s suggested summer targets

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Judging by the way West Ham fans reacted to the tweet, it seems not many are keen to add a lot of the ageing stars to next season’s roster… We need to stop doing this.

West Ham have one of the oldest squads in the Premier League in terms of average age, but one supporter has got a rise from his fellow fans after suggesting the Irons target a range of soon-to-be free agents in the summer.

Nonetheless, Hammers fan account West Ham Gossip asked which names, from a range of soon-to-be free agents, would be welcomed at the London Stadium next season.

Add to that their lofty wage demands, and West Ham would be fluttering their transfer budget away on short-term options that might not suit the dressing room in East London.

The line-up Manuel Pellegrini put together to face Bournemouth back in August had an average age of 29.4, which placed the XI seventh on the list of oldest teams in the division.

Sell or let any deadwood leave and bring in players who want to play and want to play for us.

Only Watford have managed to average a higher combined age since that clash, with the Hammers averaging 28.9, 28.8 and a 28.6 since – most recently the side who lost away to Wolverhampton Wanderers in January.
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