West Ham desperate to sell Darren Randolph in January
West Ham are actively looking to cash in on goalkeeper Darren Randolph in January, according to Claret and Hugh.
Randolph, who is on wages understood to be in the region of £30-£40k, is likely to have played his final game for the club.
The club value him at £2million and will be looking to cash in on his services in January.
Getting Randolph back for a second stint made very little financial sense from the club and it has to be one of the few bad transfer decisions over the last two years.
The Ireland international had been labelled “brilliant” a few years ago by Slaven Bilic [Sports Joe], but unfortunately, did not live up to his billing at the club.
He will turn 35 by the time this season ends and is not going to get any better so cashing in on him makes a lot of sense.
His contract runs out in 2023 so there’s a good chance of a summer sale in case there isn’t a market for him in January.
However, we’re hoping that he gets off the wage bill as soon as possible and brings in a transfer fee.
The club are tight on funds despite needing to strengthen in two key areas and having dead weights off the books could go a long way to address that issue.
We’re counting on GSB to do their trick and get Randolph out before the January window ends.
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