West Ham United might have a battle on their palms to maintain maintain of French defender Issa Diop with curiosity from each England and France, in line with Foot Mercato.

The 25-yeard-old is extremely prone to miss the remainder of this season by means of harm however that seemingly hasn’t delay Monaco and Manchester United who’re each courting him forward of a possible summer season transfer.

Foot Mercato additionally say that the Hammers will ask for roughly £12.5million ought to they obtain enough curiosity for Diop with Lyon additionally reportedly protecting a watchful eye on his performances and scenario on the London Stadium.

In addition to the aforementioned trio, AC Milan are eager to deliver Diop to Italy with a couple of extra unnamed English golf equipment additionally within the hunt to signal him regardless of being arguably David Moyes’ third-choice.

Too low cost

In at the moment’s fashionable transfer market, £12.5million appears very low for a participant who has the standard of Diop and likewise has loads of years forward of him in his profession.

It needs to be turning into increasingly apparent to the Hammers that they haven’t priced him extremely sufficient given the curiosity that’s swarming in from throughout Europe.

Proper now although, Moyes can be choosing Kurt Zouma and Craig Dawson as his defensive duo (if he had a fully-fit aspect) so it isn’t like he wants Diop desperately subsequent season.

He might even be in search of a brand new central defender which might push the 25-year-old additional down the pecking order to allow them to afford to push the bounds of these with their asking value.

Hold rising the quantity till there is just one workforce left prepared to pay it and then you definitely snap their hand off earlier than they will say no.

In different West Ham information, Frank McAvennie desires this Irons ace to stay on the club subsequent season with a contract clause able to be activated.

Be sure you observe West Ham Zone on Fb for twenty-four/7 updates on the Hammers plus extra unique interviews with Frank McAvennie.

Author: Londonlad

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