West Ham United have a decision to make regarding their talented winger Grady Diangana, as West Brom ready a quick-fire swoop to sign the player permanently.
According to the Daily Star, the Baggies are now willing to up their offer for Diangana from £15 million to £20 million following their promotion to the Premier League.
West Brom are acutely aware of other clubs having an interest in Diangana and are clearly hopefully of getting a deal done fast, to avoid a bidding war.
West Ham, however, need to decide if the 22-year-old is worth keeping on board next term.
The flying wideman has scored eight goals and provided seven assists in 30 Championship games this season, impressing with his bamboozling skills and dribbling ability at The Hawthorns.
Diangana is said to accept that he may now need to leave West Ham and he has found a perfect home in the Midlands.
However, West Ham are still big fans of the player. In fact, before Diangana suffered an injury, David Moyes admitted to Football.London that the winger was nearly recalled by the Hammers in January.
The same publication stated that Moyes sees Diangana as a fixture for the first-team next season, with the idea of Diangana and Jarrod Bowen on the wings certainly an exciting prospect for West Ham fans.
It will be interesting to see what West Ham decide, as West Brom look to conclude an immediate piece of Premier League business.