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Time to go: Moyes needs to ensure he moves this West Ham United player on this summer

West Ham United have undergone somewhat of a resurgence under new manager David Moyes, and it looks like the Hammers are going to be comfortably safe come May if they can carry on as they are.

The Hammers and Moyes seem to have clicked and hit the ground running, and the Scot will be looking to draw on all his experience to make sure his team finishes as high as they can.

Here in the Tavern, our landlord has always enjoyed having a few beers with the Hammers fans, and this week has been no different, with plenty of discussion around transfers and the summer window.

Moyes managed to bring in the classy Joao Mario in January, in what will prove to be a shrewd move by the former Man United man, however, the summer will be a big period for the club, and our landlord thinks one or two players could well be on their way out.

One such player who fits this profile of being in danger is midfielder Edimilson Fernandes, who seems to have drifted away from being a key member of the first team squad of late.

The Swiss midfielder was a regular last term, but has since seen his stock drop at the London Stadium, with players like Mark Noble and Pedro Obiang usurping the former Sion player.

Fernandes could well be on his way out if things carry on the same way, and it would be no surprise to us here in the Tavern if Moyes decides to move him on.

Hammers fans, what do you think? Good move? Let us know in the comments!

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