Arthur Masuaku was absent from the Democratic Republic of Congo’s 0-0 draw with Angola. But ExWHUemployee has cleared up the mystery surrounding the West Ham ace’s absence.

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The 27-year-old is NOT injured according to Ex. And that is a huge relief for Hammers fans.

Masuaku has been vitally important for West Ham boss David Moyes this season. The £6 million signing from Olympiacos (Sky Sports) has been a pivotal figure behind the Hammers’ change in fortunes.

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The silky dribbler has been a major factor in the Hammers switch to a 3-4-3 system.

And losing him for any period of time would be a very big blow for West Ham.

Masuaku is just fine, however, according to ExWHUemployee.

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The Hammers insider suggested that his knees play up if he plays on hard pitches so he is allowed to miss certain games.

So it seems as though Arthur will be available for next weekend’s clash with Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. Happy days!

West Ham certainly need a fully fit and firing Masuaku between now and the end of the season, if we are to finish inside the top eight.

And Ex’s update on the 27-year-old will be music to the Hammers’ fans ears.

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