West Ham could make a very big call to sell one of their key first-team players in January according to Claret and Hugh.
David Moyes is expected to be a very busy man in the next few transfer windows.
The Hammers need to sign three or four players to make our squad complete.
There are a few that could be heading for the exit door as well, however.
West Ham could sell one of their key first-team players in January
Club insiders Claret and Hugh reckon that there may well be a high-profile exit in January.
And Hammers boss David Moyes is hoping to receive around £4 million for the player who could be heading out the door at the London Stadium.
Arthur Masuaku is apparently set for the chop.
The 27-year-old joined the Hammers from Olympiacos in the summer of 2016 for around £6.2 million (The Mirror).
Masuaku possesses exceptional technique and he has a real cult following at the London Stadium.
Unfortunately for the Democratic Republic of Congo International, he just hasn’t performed on a consistent enough basis for West Ham.
And in truth, it is highly debatable as to whether he is a David Moyes type player.
If he was sold, it really would be no surprise.
The worrying thing is that C&H point out that Ben Johnson would be viewed as his replacement.
Surely Moyes would bring in another left-back if Masuaku is sold? Those who are long enough in the tooth will know not to expect that, however!