According to a report from Football.London, Carlos Sanchez will almost certainly leave West Ham in the summer.

The Colombian international joined the east London outfit in the summer of 2018, for a fee believed to be worth £3.7 million, according to Viola Nation.

Sanchez, 34, has gone on to make 17 appearances for West Ham, failing to register either a goal or an assist (Transfermarkt).

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Carlos Sanchez (Photo by Plumb Images/Leicester City FC via Getty Images)

In 13 Premier League appearances for West Ham, the former Aston Villa man has racked up just five tackles and three interceptions. His tackle success rate is just 60%, and he has won less than 50% of his individual duals against opposing players (premierleague.com).

In truth, he has been a total disaster for the Hammers.

 

Sanchez has shown that he is clearly not good enough for the Premier League. He is laboured in possession and his passing has been poor to say the least.

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Carlos Sanchez (Photo by James Griffiths/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

And Football.London claims that he will almost certainly be let go this summer.

The Colombia international’s current deal with West Ham expires in three months time. He is currently earning £50,000 per week with the Hammers (Spotrac).

And there will surely not be one single West Ham fan who will be sad to see Sanchez leave at the end of this season.

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