According to a report from Football.London, Albian Ajeti faces a bleak future at West Ham, with David Moyes having hardly played the 23-year-old since he took over at the London Stadium seven months ago.
The 10-capped Switzerland international joined the Hammers from FC Basel in the summer of 2019 for around £8 million (BBC).
Ajet has really struggled to establish himself in east London, however. It could be argued that the former Basel striker hasn’t been given enough chances to shine though.
The Swiss hitman has failed to rack up either a goal or an assist in nine Premier League appearances this season (Who Scored). All of those outings have come from the bench, however.
In those matches, Ajeti has averaged just 0.3 shots and 0.2 key passes per game (Who Scored).
It has been clear to see that the 23-year-old isn’t cut out for the Premier League.
And it does make you wonder whether there was any kind of scouting or data analysis carried out before the striker was brought to the London Stadium.
Football.London now suggest that Ajeti faces a bleak future with West Ham. And selling him would 100% be the right call this summer.
Hammers boss David Moyes needs to bring in some top quality competition for Sebastien Haller.
And unfortunately for the Swiss striker, that could very well spell the end of his time in east London.