According to a report from the Sun, Grady Diangana is reluctant to stay at West Ham, unless he is guaranteed regular first-team action.
The 22-year-old winger spent last season on loan with West Brom.
And he really excelled in the Championship, racking up eight goals and seven assists in 30 Championship games for the Baggies (Transfermarkt).
The Sun claims that West Brom, Fulham, Ajax and Celtic are all keen to sign the Hammers winger this summer.
And the British tabloid suggests that the 22-year-old is reluctant to stay at the London Stadium unless he receives assurances that he will play regularly under David Moyes.
And Football.London claimed last month that West Ham could sell the talented winger for just £15 million.
Losing Diangana doesn’t bear thinking about. He is the kind of player Moyes should be building his team around. At 22, Diangana has at least a decade left ahead of him playing at the very highest level.
He is incredibly talented and seems to be ready to make the jump up to the next level.
West Ham shouldn’t consider selling Diangana for anything less than £30 million. The 22-year-old is the future of the football club, alongside Declan Rice.
We need to make a big statement this summer, and keep Grady at all costs. And if that means guaranteeing him regular first-team action ahead of the likes of Felipe Anderson and Manuel Lanzini, then so be it.