ExWHUemployee has today claimed that the future of Grady Diangana at West Ham is still very much undecided.
The 21-year-old impressed for the Hammers last season, but he might find it hard to earn regular game-time this term.
Robert Snodgrass has just signed a new deal, whilst Felipe Anderson, Michail Antonio and Manuel Lanzini are all well ahead of the England under-20 international in the wide attacking pecking order.
He is still young, however, so Manuel Pellegrini will surely not want to give up on him just yet.
And a loan move away from West Ham might suit all parties involved.
Team Talk reported yesterday that Middlesbrough, Derby County and Blackburn Rovers all want to sign the Hammers youngster on loan.
West Ham insider ExWHUemployee suggested that the club are still undecided as to whether to allow the winger to leave the London Stadium on loan this season, however:
His future is still undecided I think at this point: he has been given the option to stay at fight for his place or go on loan and I think the temptation will depend on the club and the money they pay us https://t.co/xSwCPDcjaR
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) 21 July 2019
Perhaps a loan move away from West Ham is exactly what Diangana needs.
Playing regularly in the Championship would do the 21-year-old the world of good.
And West Ham would surely benefit from getting an improved version of the winger for the 2020/21 campaign.