According to reports emerging from England, West Ham are reportedly willing to listen to offers for much-maligned left back, Arthur Masuaku.
The 23-year-old defender has been frozen out of the first team by Hammers boss, Slaven Bilic after a disastrous showing in West Ham’s drubbing at home to Arsenal in December and could be set to leave for a fraction of his transfer fee.
The former Olympiacos man was particularly dreadful in the 5-1 drubbing by Arsenal, and has been replaced in the team by fit again first choice left back, Aaron Cresswell, an inspired move that has seen the Olympic Stadium outfit recapture some of their form that left them at the start of the season.
He joined The Hammers for £6m in August to cover for Aaron Cresswell, who suffered a long term injury last year, but has failed to show any of the quality that convinced Bilic to sign him from the Greek club.
Former club, Olympiacos are willing to take him back as they have first refusal option on his deal with West Ham, but are only ready to pay half of the £6m they sold him for, as on loan Watford defender, Juan Carlos Paredes has impressed in the left side of defence and may join the Greek giants permanently.
Frenchman, Masuaku has made just 8 appearances for the East London outfit since joining in August 2016.