London - English Premier League club West Ham United will
not offer permanent contracts to Nigeria duo of Victor Moses and Emmanuel
Emenike at the end of the season.
Moses joined the Hammers on loan from Chelsea at the start
of the season, and had a great beginning, starting 11 matches and scoring in
the 2-1 victory over Manchester City.
Moses’ career was however hampered by a hamstring injury in
the goalless draw with Manchester United in December which saw him miss six
weeks of the season and he has not started in the Premier League since.
Also read: Emenike opens West Ham goal account with a brace
Emenike also joined on loan from Al Ain in January and has
scored two goals, both at the FA Cup, in nine appearances.
According to Sky Sports report, the Nigerian duo, alongside
Cameroon’s Alex Song, will be allowed to leave when they complete their loan
deals at the end of the season.
However, West Ham is hoping to sign Odion Ighalo from
Watford to fill in the vacuum.
The Nigeria international has scored 14 EPL goals for
Watford this season, though he has struggled since January.For
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