West Ham United goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has disclosed that he is in discussions to extend his contract and plans to play until the age of 40.
The 36-year-old, who joined the Hammers from Swansea City in 2018. Will see his current contract expire at the conclusion of the season.
Fabianski is presently David Moyes’ chosen number one. Ahead of PSG loanee Alphonse Areola, and the Pole aims to devote his career to West Ham.
“From what I know, there have been some initial discussions already taking place. I hope that we will come to a good solution for both sides. I do not see any reasons for it to be otherwise, since the club and I are happy with this cooperation“. The goalkeeper told Polish news outlet Meczyki.
Fabianski, who has 57 caps for his country. Announced his retirement during the previous international break and received a standing ovation and a ceremony of honour. In their 5-0 triumph against San Marino at Warsaw’s Stadion Narodowy.
While Fabianski, who joined the Hammers from Swansea for £7 million in 2018.
While West Ham captain Mark Noble, winger Arthur Masuaku, and attacker Andriy Yarmolenko will all be vying for starting as manager David Moyes rotates his players.
West Ham Defeats Manchester City Without Lucasz Fabianski
The Hammers halted Manchester City’s four-year League Cup reign on Wednesday, while Liverpool and Tottenham advanced to the quarter-finals. City’s unbeaten run in the tournament came to an end at the London Stadium. When the Hammers won a penalty shootout 5-3 after both teams had missed several chances in a 0-0 stalemate. Mark Noble, Jarrod Bowen, Craig Dawson, Aaron Cresswell, and Said Benrahma were the only players to miss from the spot for David Moyes’ team.
The result belied a fight that raged from one end to the other. As Nathan Ake, John Stones, Ilkay Gundogan, and Raheem Sterling all squandered good chances. To prolong City’s undefeated record in the tournament.
While in an attempt to take the game away from Guardiola, Foden and Jack Grealish were introduced. However, the England international missed City’s first penalty, and despite saving Bowen and Benrahma’s penalties, stand-in goalkeeper Zack Steffen was unable to save his teammate
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