West Ham United boss David Moyes will allegedly try to sell Arthur Masuaku for around £5 million in the summer transfer window.
That’s according to club insiders Claret and Hugh who claims that Hammers boss David Moyes is keen to get shot of Arthur.
Yesterday, we ran a piece on Hammers News suggesting that Masuaku should never wear a West Ham shirt ever again.
And it seems as though Moyes concurs.
The 28-year-old has been very poor to say the least since joining the Hammers from Olympiacos way back in the summer of 2016.
He really shouldn’t be anywhere near the West Ham starting XI and it will be vital for Moyes to bring in a top-class left-back in the summer transfer window in order to really push Aaron Cresswell.
David Moyes wants to sell West Ham man in summer transfer window
High level insiders Claret and Hugh claims that the Hammers boss Moyes is keen to move Masuaku on and the club values him at around £5 million.
It is suggested that that West Ham could be prepared to accept any kind of offer for the Democratic Republic of Congo international, however, in order to get his £50k-a-week wages off the books at the London Stadium.
Masukau can be somewhat useful at times when deployed in a more attacking role but if we’re being totally honest, he is nowhere near good enough to be playing Premier League football.
A big upgrade is needed in the left-back/left wing-back position in the summer transfer transfer window.
If we are to make genuine progress as as football club, Masuaku needs to be shipped out of the club asap, as harsh as that may sound.
Fortunately, it seems as though Moyes shares the same viewpoint.
This summer will be a hugely important one for West Ham and David Moyes with the additions of five or six top-class players needed.
At the same time though, moving on some of the deadwood will be crucial as well.
And Arthur Masuaku should be at the top of the list of players who West Ham are trying to sell in the summer transfer window.