With just 11 days of the transfer window remaining West Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini faces some important decisions.
West Ham have been busy reshaping their squad this summer.
There have been several high profile departures. Marko Arnautovic, Andy Carroll, Adrian, Lucas Perez, Edimilson Fernandes and Pedro Obiang have left.
Summer of ins and outs
Sam Byram has left as has Marcus Browne while Jordan Hugill is expected to leave on loan for QPR.
Now reliable West Ham insider ExWHUemployee has lifted the lid on the likely futures of another trio of players.
Speaking ahead of Browne’s £300,000 move to Middlesbrough on Friday, ExWHUemployee gave an update on the future of Josh Cullen, Grady Diangana and Nathan Holland.
Insider lifts lid on trio’s future
“Cullen and Diangana been given the option to stay and fight for their place in the first team,” ExWHUemployee said on Twitter.
“Holland likely to go on loan and as I’ve already said Browne leaving permanently and should complete to ‘Boro in next few days.”
As said on wednesdays podcast Cullen and Diangana been given the option to stay and fight for their place in the first team. Holland likely to go on loan and as I’ve already said Browne leaving permanently and should complete to ‘Boro in next few days pic.twitter.com/G9m0p3sA6h
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) July 26, 2019
ExWHUemployee proved entirely accurate with his Browne revelation.
So it is a good indication of what will happen with the other three players mentioned.
Tough ask for youngsters
It remains to be seen whether Cullen and Diangana will decide to tough it out or seek regular football elsewhere.
Both face stiff competition in what is the most blessed area of Pellegrini’s squad in terms of numbers and quality.
The manager did drop a hint over potential transfers after Saturday’s win over Fulham, read full story.