According to ExWHUemployee, West Ham boss David Moyes is prepared to sell Aaron Cresswell this summer.
It has been widely reported that the Scot must sell before he can buy this summer.
And with so many names allegedly on the Hammers’ radar, the Scot must act quickly if he wants to bring in the players he needs.
And moving on Cresswell would be 100% the right call. The 30-year-old has been incredibly poor this season.
The left-back has clearly regressed, and he has become a liability for West Ham down the left hand side.
Cresswell has been a decent servant for the Hammers. He moved to east London from Ipswich Town in the summer of 2014. And the Liverpool born defender is West Ham’s third longest serving player behind Mark Noble and Winston Reid.
Cresswell’s days at the London Stadium numbered?
His time at the top level has clearly come to end. He just isn’t the same player anymore.
And ExWHUemployee suggested that Cresswell could be sold if the Hammers receive an acceptable offer, when speaking to the West Ham Way podcast last night (Wednesday, July 29th):
“Your full-backs. If anyone makes an offer for them, they could be sold. Cresswell, if the right offer comes in for him, I think he will go.”
Cresswell has been so poor this season that many West Ham fans will surely agree that now is the right time to sell the left-back.
And if the Hammers manage to recoup a decent fee for the 30-year-old, it could stand David Moyes in good stead ahead of what will be a vitally important transfer window.