By Beck Pascal

12th May, 2022 | 10:40pm

Alphonse Areola sends West Ham United major transfer hint ahead of summer

Alphonse Areola has insisted that “the story is not finished” as West Ham looks to sign him on a permanent basis in the summer transfer window, as per 90min.

David Moyes will be rivalled by soon to be Premier League side Fulham for the PSG ace after he spent a year at Craven Cottage in 2020. 

The France international has failed to nail down a consistent place in a team for quite some time now after a plethora of loans but that could change after he gushed over his time in east London.

“When you are a football and you play, you’re just enjoying every moment,” Areola told whufc.com.

“I’ve enjoyed every moment since I arrived here when I signed and when I took the first pictures with my new jersey and my new number, so I enjoyed every moment with everyone here.

“The story is not finished, so hopefully we’ll see!”

Sign him up. 

Areola is a brilliant goalkeeper that West Ham simply can’t afford to take for granted.

They didn’t really know what they were going to get from the Frenchman when he joined at the start of the season with him seemingly being unsuccessful at so many clubs but he has been very impressive for the Irons. 

If PSG weren’t so spoilt for choice, he would undoubtedly be their first choice shot-stopper and the Hammers need to take advantage of them having too much riches as they continuously loan him out. 

The Irons have been linked with a number of goalkeepers ahead of the summer window but the 29-year-old is certainly the pick of the bunch.

The former Real Madrid man has already established himself within the squad which makes a permanent move for him seamless. 

It would be a justified reward given his heroics in the Europa League this season.

In other West Ham news, Richard Keys claims that West Ham are willing to sell one of their stars to a Premier League giant under one condition.

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