According to a report from Claret and Hugh, West Ham have slapped a £20 million price-tag on the head of Grady Diangana. The good news for the east London outfit, however, is that West Brom supposedly aren’t prepared to pay that kind of money from the winger.

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Hammers manager David Moyes will surely be desperate to keep the 22-year-old at the London Stadium this summer.

And Baggies boss Slaven Bilic will be equally desperate to bring him to the Hawthorns.

Diangana has been on fire during his loan spell withWest Brom this season.

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Grady Diangana (Photo by Adam Fradgley – AMA/WBA FC via Getty Images)

Impressive numbers

The pacy winger has racked up five goals and five assists in 21 Championship appearances for West Brom so far this season. In those outings, he has averaged 1.5 shots, 1.3 key passes and 2.3 dribbles per game (Who Scored).

Football.London claimed earlier this month that David Moyes wants the 22-year-old to play a key role for his West Ham side next season.

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Grady Diangana (Photo by Adam Fradgley – AMA/WBA FC via Getty Images)

London Stadium stay likely outcome for Grady

But Claret and Hugh now suggest that the Hammers could sell Diangana if their £20 million valuation is met.

 

West Brom are allegedly not ready to pay that kind of money for the young star, however.

It will be absolutely vital for West Ham to keep hold of the 22-year-old winger, if they want to make genuine progress over the next few years.

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Grady Diangana (Photo by Erwin Spek/Soccrates/Getty Images)

They really shouldn’t be contemplating selling Diangana for any kind of fee whatsoever.

The worrying thing for Hammers fans is that Claret and Hugh’s high level source is widely believed to be co-owner David Sullivan.

So there is a good chance that the east London club could indeed do business if a £20 million bid is lodged for the winger this summer.

Worrying times indeed.

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