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West Ham man Darren Randolph facing January axe

West Ham are pushing hard to sell Darren Randolph in January according to high level insiders Claret and Hugh.

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The 34-year-old rejoined the Hammers from Middlesbrough in January 2020 for around £4 million (BBC).

Since then, he has only made five Premier League starts for West Ham though.

Randolph has now slipped down the goalkeeping pecking order even more so after the summer arrival of Alphonse Areola from Paris Saint-Germain.

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

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And it seems as though the Irishman’s days at the London Stadium could now be numbered.

West Ham man Darren Randolph facing January axe

That’s according to Claret and Hugh.

The Hammers insiders suggest that the East London outfit are actively trying to force the former Birmingham City stopper out the door.

Moving Randolph on is definitely the right call. He is out of contract at the London Stadium in the summer of 2023 so we should be able to obtain a reasonable fee for him in January.

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Moving him on would also come with the added bonus of getting his £40k-a-week wages off the books.

And with the likes of Joseph Anang, Nathan Trott and Krisztian Hegyi coming through the ranks, West Ham are more than well-stocked in the goalkeeping department.

It really is a win-win.

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Whether West Ham manage to move Randolph on, however, remains to be seen.

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