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West Ham braced for summer overhaul but who should stay and go?

08:36 25 April 2014

Sam Allardyce. (Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images)

Sam Allardyce. (Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images)

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West Ham have a large number of players facing uncertain futures at the club – but who should stay and who should go this summer?

The likes of Joe Cole, Jussi Jaaskelainen and Geoge McCartney are approaching the ends of their contracts, while there are decisions to be made on loan signings like Pablo Armero and Antonio Nocerino.

Star players such as defender Winston Reid are also likely to attract interest from rival clubs – but what do you want to see happen in the summer?

Launch the survey here and vote on who you’d like to stay and go.

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