West Ham ace Grady Diangana has been linked with a plethora of clubs including Celtic, Everton and Newcastle this summer. And David Moyes allegedly could be open to selling him if the price is right.
The Sun have suggested that the Hoops, the Toffees and the Magpies are all keen to sign the 22-year-old Hammers winger.
And it is claimed that West Ham could sell Diangana for around £15-20 million.
Selling one of their future stars for just £15 or £20 million would surely be a huge mistake from the Hammers, however.
And some West Ham fans have taken to Twitter in reaction to the speculation…
Honestly can’t tell you how pissed I’d be if we let him go this summer
— Hammers Thru & Thru (@camwestham) July 14, 2020
my god if we sell him for £20m we riot
— Stephen George Lott (@stephenlott) July 16, 2020
Hands off!! He’s ours!! You can have Masuaku or Anderson!
— Ron Sweeney (@SweenzRon) July 15, 2020
Tell them to go away
— James⚒ ⚪ (@JamesWHU1895) July 14, 2020
would be a bigger loss than payet and arnautovic, got so much potential its unreal
— cudi is the goat (@HudsonLaFlame) July 15, 2020
Diangana in, Anderson out. Money in the pot. Simples!
— Richard Hemstedt (@HammerHemel) July 15, 2020
I’d be furious if we sold him, should be a first team player next season.
— Rob Waldon WHUFC ⚒ (@RobWaldon) July 14, 2020
Only way he leaves is if we go down
— WestHamFan (@westhamfan__) July 14, 2020
Diangana has been on fire in the Championship with West Brom this season.
The pacy winger has seven goals and six assists to his name in 28 Championship outings for the Baggies so far this term (Transfermarkt).
In those appearances, the 22-year-old has averaged 1.6 shots, 1.3 key passes and 2.5 dribbles per match (Who Scored).
It seems as though Diangana has everything. And David Moyes must do absolutely everything within his power to keep hold of him.
The young winger could easily be worth double the reported £20 million fee in a couple of years if he continues to make progress.
And he will undoubtedly be a huge player for West Ham next season.
The Hammers must not sell Diangana at all costs. He is the future of the football club. And the West Ham owners need to make a big statement this summer by keeping him.