West Ham United youngster Grady Diangana is attracting plenty of attention this summer, with the Sunday People (9/8; page 61) reporting that Southampton, Crystal Palace and Leicester City want the attacker.
Diangana goes into next season off the back of an inspired loan spell at West Brom. He scored eight goals and contributed six assists as the Baggies sealed automatic-promotion.
The Sunday People (9/8; page 61) reports that David Moyes wants to keep Diangana. But there are a number of sides reportedly monitoring the 22-year-old.
The People claims that the Saints, Palace and the Foxes want Diangana, who is valued at £15 million.
TBR View: Diangana could be key player for West Ham next season
It will disappoint a lot of fans if West Ham sell Diangana this summer. The Irons only had one player reach double figures for league goals this past season.
The likes of Felipe Anderson, Manuel Lanzini and Pablo Fornals only managed three goals between them. So it would be a big gamble to sell Diangana.
Replacing him for anything around £15 million would be incredibly difficult. He may not yet be the finished article, but he arguably has the potential to play a key role next season.
It would therefore, prove a controversial decision should they leave the door open for the likes of Southampton, Palace or Leicester to make a move.