A West Ham United reporter very close to Hammers owner David Sullivan has just made a really big Nayef Aguerd claim.
Now, the 27-year-old Hammers defender definitely is a very good centre-back on his day, but he makes far too many errors.
One of those cost us the game on Saturday, when he allowed the ball to bounce above his head for Bernardo Silva to slot home.
And it seems as though David Moyes could be open to selling him, on one condition…
West Ham reporter close to David Sullivan makes big Nayef Aguerd claim
Claret and Hugh reckon that the Hammers could sell the Morocco international if clubs come knocking for his signature.
However, it will only be for a minimum of £50 million.
Described as an elite-level centre-back by the Athletic, the Moroccan definitely has everything needed to be a big hit in the Premier League.
However, he has been far too mistake-prone since moving to the London Stadium, and there are certain parts of his game that make him an easy target for the opposition.
West Ham defender Nayef Aguerd’s positional awareness, rash decision making and mistake-prone nature seem to be costing us time and time again.
So if there are bids of £50 million or more for the former Rennes man either in January or next summer, the Hammers shouldn’t hesitate to accept them as far as I’m concerned.
We’ll be able to get a far better player in to replace him in my opinion.