According to a report from Football.London, West Ham boss David Moyes could attempt to sell Winston Reid when the transfer window re-opens.
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The 31-year-old hasn’t played a senior game for the Hammers since March 2018. And he is currently out on loan with MLS side Sporting Kansas City.
Reid has been a great servant for West Ham during the last decade. But it seems as though his time in east London could be coming to an end.
The 25-capped New Zealand international joined the Hammers from FC Midtjylland in the summer of 2010 for around £5.5 million (Eurosport).
The 31-year-old has made 223 appearances for West Ham, with 166 of those coming in the Premier League.
In those league games, Reid has racked up 242 tackles with an incredible success rate of 79%, 348 interceptions and 1,301 clearances (premierleague.com).
Time for the Hammers to move the 31-year-old on?
It is such a shame that injuries have prevented the Kiwi from fulfilling his true potential.
And Football.London claims that Reid’s time with West Ham could be nearly up. They suggest that David Moyes could be tempted to sell the experienced centre-back this summer.
Sentiment aside, selling the 31-year-old will be the right call.
His contract with West Ham doesn’t expire until the summer of 2023. So the Hammers might still be able to recoup a decent fee for Reid this summer.