Four to depart as Hammers announce retained list

West Ham United have confirmed that four of their senior professionals will be leaving the club when their contracts conclude on June 30.

Mark Noble announced his retirement after eighteen seasons with the East Londoners. Also departing the London Stadium are Ukrainian international midfielder, Andriy Yarmolenko, defender, Ryan Fredericks and goalkeeper, David Martin.

Andriy Yarmolenko is amongst four senior players leaving West Ham United when his contract expires at the end of June (Rob Newell CameraSport)

Development squad players, Nathan Holland, Jayden Fevrier, Bernardo Rosa, Amadou Diallo and Ossama Ashley and scholar Isaac Evans will also leave the club.

Speaking to www.whufc.com, keeper, Martin said: “I’ve genuinely loved it. I’ve loved not just the dressing room, which I will say is probably, in my maybe 20-year career, has been the best dressing room I think I’ve been in.

But it’s just all the staff that don’t get all the limelight – the groundstaff, guys in the kitchen, the media guys. It’s a club pulling in the right direction and I’m so proud that I’ve actually been able to be lucky enough to see that from the inside.”

Brian Jeeves

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