Arthur Masuaku could find himself back at West Ham United fairly soon, after a disastrous start to life with Besiktas.
That’s according to FotoMac who claim that the 29-year-old has endured an ‘abnormal decline’ over the past couple of months.
The 11-capped Democratic Republic of Congo international suffered a bad knee injury a couple of weeks ago.
But aside from that, the only impression that he has made out in Turkey has been a negative one by all accounts.
And it seems as though Besiktas manager Senol Gunes has already lost patience with the West Ham loanee…
Arthur Masuaku could be heading back to West Ham
David Moyes clearly wasn’t a big fan of the 29-year-old, but it seems as though he could be set for a premature London Stadium return.
FotoMac claims that Besiktas boss Senol Gunes is already eyeing up a replacement for Masuaku.
Besiktas have an option to buy the left-back for just £2 million in the summer (FotoMac). It seems as though they won’t be taking up that option though.
That really sums up Masuaku’s deficiencies in a nutshell doesn’t it.
The 29-year-old is clearly not good enough to be playing at the very highest level.
Arthur Masuaku is actually out of contract at the London Stadium this summer, but West Ham have the option to extend that deal by a further two years.
As things stand though, it’s highly doubtful that that will happen.