West Ham left-back Aaron Cresswell could be set to join Wolves in a £4 million deal this summer.

According to David Sullivan confidant Sean Whetstone, the Aaron Cresswell to Wolves transfer could be back on if they meet West Ham‘s demands.

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Hammers left-back Cresswell, 33, has been heavily linked with a move to Molineux in the summer transfer widow, with a £5 million valuation having been set by the East London outfit.

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He has been a great servant for West Ham, and a key player for David Moyes, but I can’t see him playing for us again after trying to force a move away from the London Stadium.

And it seems as though Cress could be Wolves bound…

Aaron Cresswell to Wolves in a £4 million deal would be great business as Sullivan confidant makes fresh claim

Sean Whetstone reckons that the 33-year-old could be set to swap the London Stadium for Molineux this summer.

And the Hammers are allegedly demanding around £4 million for the experienced left-back.

Whetstone tweeted:

Cresswell, who earns £53k-a-week at the London Stadium (Salary Sport), has declined over the past 12 months or so.

He just doesn’t possess the skill-set needed for a Premier League full-back anymore.

The former Ipswich Town defender’s performances over the past year or so have been error strewn and he has definitely become a target for opposing attackers.

And if West Ham get £4 million from Wolves for Aaron Cresswell this summer it will be a fantastic deal for the East London outfit.


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