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Diangana ‘more likely’ to stay at Baggies

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West Ham have no current plans to suggest that Nathan Holland swaps places with Grady Diangana at West Brom in January.

A suggestion that such a deal could be on was rumoured yesterday but a top level source at the Hammers told ClaretandHugh this morning by e mail: “That’s a new one on us.

“Grady was the player wanted by Slaven and it suited us, them and the boy.¬†

He added: “The attraction was that Grady had PL experience¬† whilst Nathan has none at this stage.”

A clause exists in the arrangement that the Hammers can recall Grady between January 1-14 but absolutely no decision has been made on that at all.

CandH was told: “With the number of midfielders available at the club it would seem on balance the player is more likely to stay where he is but things can change quickly so we will have to wait until closer to the time.

The deal was for a season and the clause is a precautionary measure in case of emergencies.”¬†

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

2 comments on “Diangana ‘more likely’ to stay at Baggies

  1. This is about the 4th Diangana story you and others have milked out of the last 4 days when there hasn’t been so much as a comment from any of the people that matter. All conjecture, all speculation (let’s not pretend we know any more than what’s printed elsewhere) and all pretty much irrelevant until January. A cynic might say it’s designed for clicks.

    • I always run facts and they are the facts. I was given the story 3 weeks ago. Others have milked it. I’m correcting it, I don’t really care what the cynics say cos u know what? I don’t need ’em that badly like some. You have the wrong name, detective work way off.

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