Two West Ham players are reportedly keen to leave the club this summer.
The Hammers slipped to a 4-1 loss to Swansea City on Saturday in their penultimate game at Upton Park, and Tuesday night's send off against Manchester United should be an emotional night for everybody connected with West Ham as they move on to the Olympic Stadium this summer.
That move will signal changes for West Ham, and fans are expecting the club to spend some cash on new signings to mark their big move - but some players will of course be leaving the club this summer too.
Now, The Sun report that striker Enner Valencia and goalkeeper Darren Randolph are both keen to leave the club this summer - but for very different reasons.
It's claimed that attacker Valencia, 26, is 'angry' at being one of the club's lowest-paid players on £20,000-a-week, and wants to earn more money by joining a Premier League rival.
Signed from Mexican side Pachuca after he impressed for Ecuador at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Valencia hit five goals last season and another five this season, but hasn't been a key player under Slaven Bilic, and the Hammers may be willing to sell if they can recoup most of their money.
Meanwhile, it's also suggested that 28-year-old goalkeeper Randolph - who will start for the Republic of Ireland at this summer's European Championships in France - is also looking to leave in order to play more first-team football.
A free transfer signing from Birmingham City last summer, Randolph has impressed when called upon in place of first choice Adrian, but being a backup seemingly isn't what he wants anymore, and he could look to leave to play more regularly.
Who would West Ham miss more - Valencia or Randolph?