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West Ham United are reluctant to offer Tomas Soucek a new contract and as per Claret and Hugh, David Moyes might just end up losing him.

Tomas Soucek has been one of the most consistent players for the club in recent seasons but Moyes doesn’t think he is worthy enough for an extravagant pay rise right now. This has prompted many big clubs to show an interest in the midfielder and with each passing day, this list is growing.

Claret and Hugh are claiming that West Ham United are hoping at least one formal bid will come in for the midfielder, sometime next month.

Their report claims: “West Ham are braced for at least one bid for Tomas Soucek in the next month.

“Sources close to the club have confirmed to ClaretandHugh that there is an expectation of an offer arriving for the Czech Republic international before the end of July.”

Which club is likely to sign Tomas Soucek, if he is indeed leaving?

Claret and Hugh are one of the most reliable sources when it comes to West Ham news and in this report, they have claimed that an unnamed Champions League club are also keeping tabs on the Czech international.

Right now, Aston Villa, Everton and Newcastle United have already made their presence felt in the transfer market and amongst them, Newcastle are possibly the favourites.

Eddie Howe is doing a wonderful job at St James’ Park and if he wants a massive pay rise then Newcastle is the club to join right now.

Everton and Villa will also be pretty good destinations for Tomas Soucek but the midfielder will get the best of everything with the Magpies.

However, we will have to wait and see who is this unnamed Champions League side because if it’s one of the big boys of Europe, then Villa, Everton and Newcastle will have no chance of signing the midfielder.

Tomas Soucek and Declan Rice were one of the main reasons why West Ham had managed to secure a Europa League spot and since the Hammers have valued him at around £30m, he will effectively be a bargain deal for whichever club that signs him.

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