As the 2022/23 season approaches, there are several West Ham players that may only have one more season left at the club.

Therefore, we take a look at those who could be leaving this time next year…

Aaron Cresswell 

The contract of West Ham fan favourite Aaron Cresswell expires next summer in 2023, which could mean that this is his last season with the Hammers.

Ever since arriving in 2014, the 32-year-old has been a consistent and hard-working player for the club – excelling in the left-back position.

His crossing ability and defensive capabilities will be missed for the Hammers, and it wouldn’t be a surprise if West Ham offered him a contract extension at some point in the next 12 months.

Manuel Lanzini 

Another long-term servant that could leave next summer is Argentina international Manuel Lanzini. Like Cresswell, his contract also expires next summer in 2023.

The talented playmaker has improved his performances largely this season, offering goal contributions and being a valuable option from the bench.

He has provided an excellent service for the club but next summer could be a realistic time for Lanzini to move on and focus his career elsewhere.

If he was awarded a contract extension however, he could definitely be useful to David Moyes.

Lukasz Fabianski

One final player that could leave beyond this campaign, is number one goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski. The 36-year-old has extended his contract one more year, but his age is now slowly catching up to him.

This season could see him lose his starting spot in the Premier League, with current loanee Alphonse Areola leading the way to replace him.

He has been an excellent servant for the club over the past few years, saving the team on many occasions, however this could also be a good time for the Poland international to depart West Ham on a high note.