Both Andriy Yarmolenko and Ryan Fredericks are expected to leave at the end of the season when their contract runs out, according to a reliable Hammers insider.
According to @exWHUemployee, the two West Ham stars will now leave come the end of the season. Negotiations for new contract talks have been discussed but it appears that both players are ready to move on.
The former, Yarmolenko, has been a revelation at West Ham in recent weeks, after a short layoff due to the circumstances in his homeland Ukraine.
The 32-year-old has scored twice in his past three games, including the winner against Spanish side Sevilla to put the Hammers through to the quarter-finals of the Europa League.
Producing 13 goals and seven assists during his time at West Ham, Yarmolenko has certainly left his mark on East London.
Hammers right-back Fredericks however, has made 74 appearances for the club and leaves following an expiration in his contract.
Fredericks initially signed from Fulham on a free transfer, and the English defender has gone on to be a decent back-up at West Ham despite the lack of starts throughout his time at the club.
Both players will certainly be missed at the start of next season, and David Moyes and the owners will need to make sure that they recruit heavily this summer.
A lack of signings in the past couple of windows have left West Ham exposed in squad depth, but these departures could open up new possibilities for fresh players at the London Stadium.