Filed: Monday, 15th August 2011
By: Staff Writer
Goalkeeper Robert Green is currently considering signing a new contract with West Ham.
According to reports, the club have offered the England goalkeeper - whose current contract expires at the end of the 2011/12 season - a new four-year deal that would effectively tie him to West Ham for the rest of his career.
The 31-year-old was signed by Alan Pardew in August 2006 from Norwich City for £1.5million, since when he has notched up almost 180 appearances for the club, barely missing a game in the process.
In 2008 he slammed the club after his request for a new contract was denied. Speaking at the time, Green said: "No matter what the figures are in the workplace in terms of wages, you either feel a valued member of your staff or you don't.
"At the moment, I don't and clearly West Ham don't care about me. Other guys are getting rewarded but I'm not. I would just like some parity."
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