West Ham United forward has reportedly agreed terms on a new three-year deal with the Dan Kemp, and this has been announced.
The Hammers revealed on their official website that the left-footed wide man had committed his long-term future with the club until the summer of 2021.
The England youth international joined the Hammers from Chelsea two years ago and he has already amassed one senior appearances, as a substitute in the final Premier League clash of 2016-17.
Kemp is a player who has come a long way in a short time at West Ham. The club have showed faith in the forward by handing him over a three-year deal, which is a lengthy contract for a player still in his teens.
A brilliant left footer who predominantly operates on the right flanks in the same way as the likes of Lionel Messi, Mohamed Salah, and Arjen Robben but is comfortable in both wide roles like Crisitiano Ronaldo.
He began last season on fire, netting twice and assisting two more in the first three matches of the season for West Ham Under-23s, but his progress was interrupted by a cruciate ligament injury last November. Kemp hopes to be back fit in time for pre-season but might take a while to recapture the fluency of his late-2017 performances. If he does, don’t rule out him knocking on the first team door.