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We Are Still In Talks With Vladimir Coufal About A New Deal According To West Ham

West Ham are allegedly continuing in negotiations with defender Vladimir Coufal about a new contract, but there has been no progress in getting him to sign one.
Last season, the Czech Republic right back was a key member of David Moyes’ defence as the Hammers finished sixth in the Premier League and qualified for Europa.
Coufal came from Slavia Prague in October 2020 for under PS5 million, with a three-year contract as part of the agreement.
West Ham are in negotiations with Vladimir Coufal over a new contract, but there has been little movement. Coufal was instrumental in David Moyes’ side finishing sixth in the Premier League last season, and the Hammers are now determined to tie him down to a better and longer deal after establishing himself as one of the best right backs in the league.
Coufal wants to stay at the London Stadium, according to Sky Sports, but he feels ‘left down’ by the club’s initial offer.
West Ham’s initial offer is thought to be mainly predicated on performance and appearance-related incentives rather than a straightforward pay increase.
Coufal is said to be dissatisfied that his steady and great performances in English football are not being acknowledged.
Coufal, 28, had a successful summer with the Czech Republic at Euro 2020 after making 34 appearances in the Premier League last season.
Coufal had a good summer with the Czech Republic, reaching the quarter-finals of Euro 2020. He supplied two assists as the Czechs were knocked out in the quarter-finals, going through England’s group before beating Netherlands in the last-16.
While Moyes wants to keep one of his star players, he also wants to strengthen his squad ahead of West Ham’s Premier League start against Newcastle on August 15.
After impressing on loan at Fulham last season, Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Alphonse Areola is in talks to move to east London.
The Hammers want to sign the 28-year-old on a loan with the option to buy him, but the French giants want to sign him on a permanent deal right away.

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