West Ham United winger Grady Diangana enjoyed one of his best years so far on loan at West Brom last season.
The 22-year-old was one of the Baggies’ main driving forces as he pushed them to the Premier League, scoring on the final day against Queens Park Rangers.
That has led to strong speculation surrounding his future though, with West Brom particularly interested in a permanent move.
Football London have reported on Tuesday that the Irons will not be entertaining any offers to let the winger leave permanently.
It is suggested that David Moyes will have a clearout, but Diangana will not be one of those sold at the London Stadium over the summer.
The Scotsman is a massive fan of the electric winger and believes he has a massive future in east London if he continues to progress.
West Ham have too many senior wide-men who have failed to deliver in recent years, and now would be the perfect chance to give Diangana his chance in the Premier League.
The likes of Robert Snodgrass, Andriy Yarmolenko and Pablo Fornals have impressed in cameo spells, but they haven’t been anywhere near as consistent as Moyes would like.
With Nathan Holland also impressing in recent years, it appears as Moyes could finally be about to reward the younger players with a big chance to shine in the Premier League – let’s get behind them.
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