West Ham want to sell Issa Diop


West Ham appear set to sell defender Issa Diop this summer as David Moyes aims to rebuild his squad ahead of next season.

What is the word?

That’s according to 90min, who claim fellow Premier League side Fulham are trying to beat Lyon to signing Diop this summer.

Should West Ham sell Diop?

Yes

Nope

Nope

The report says Fulham are willing to pay around £15m to sign the defender, although this is slightly below the club’s valuation of the player.

ExWHUemployee said: “As we reported earlier, £20m+ is about what we would accept”, and it looks like Moyes is aiming to get as much as he can for Diop.

The news will delight Moyes

With the arrival of centre-back Nayef Aguerd and goalkeeper Alphonse Areola securing a permanent transfer after his loan from PSG, Moyes has started the summer transfer window well.

Moreover, the addition of midfielder Flynn Downes to the side will add some bite to the center of midfield.

There will be a few departures, however, and Moyes appears keen on a move to Diop in order to reinvest the funds into the team.

The previous two seasons saw the Frenchman appear just 31 times in the Premier League, which is a steep drop from the 65 appearances in the previous two campaigns.

It looks like Moyes isn’t rating the player highly, although the Frenchman has already been hailed as a ‘monster’ by Jose Mourinho, and it looks like he’ll have Aguerd, Kurt Zouma, Craig Dawson and Angelo Ogbonna as his options. central defences. for next season.

Diop was disappointed in his Premier League games last season, averaging 6.69 on SofaScore and keeping just two clean sheets in 13 games.

He failed to dribble, won just 51% of his duels overall and lost the ball 5.8 times per game in what was an unforgettable campaign for the 25-year-old.

A fresh start could be the best move for all parties involved as Moyes could use the potential £20million plus fee to bolster his squad even further.

ET in other news: ‘Unlikely…’: ExWHU worker drops West Ham transfer update, fans will be eviscerated

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