West Ham are reportedly considering selling defender Arthur Masuaku.
According to the Daily Mirror in its print edition (12 February, Page 56), the Hammers would be prepared to listen to offers for the £10million-rated ace.
The left-back moved to the London Stadium for £6million (Sky Sports) back in 2016 and manager Manuel Pellegrini would be fortunate if the club were to make a profit on him.
Masuaku has never lived up to potential during his time in the Premier League and failed to cement his position at left-back.
He has been competing with teammate Aaron Cresswell at full-back and the pair have been mainly rotated.
Masuaku has proven that he’s useful when attacking from wide areas and his lightning pace is a great asset to his game.
But unfortunately he can be heavily exposed defensively and there are too many weaknesses with his back to goal against top opposition.
It would be no serious loss to offload him at the end of the season if they were to bring in a new quality left-back to compete for a position.
Masuaku’s time in English football has surely not done too much to increase his reputation and if West Ham’s £10million valuation for him is met they should be chuffed.