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Iron faces exit door after falling down pecking order

West Ham left sided midfielder Arthur Masuaku could be facing the exit door this winter.

The DC Congo  international ‘s recent Hammers career has been marred by injury but despite now being fully fit now has been ignored by the manager David Moyes.

Arthur hasn’t been involved in a game since September 22 when he made an appearance against Manchester United in the third round of the Carabao Cup having also seen action against Dinamo Zagreb.

They have been his only two appearances since last April after he came off injured in the 3- win over Manchester City.

He has had a persistent knee problem but is now fit However, he has fallen down the manager’s pecking order and if the club  received any sort of offer they are set to let him go.

Ben Johnson is now seen as the player to fill a left sided role when required and Masuaku could attract a fee in the region of around £4 million.

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2 comments on “Iron faces exit door after falling down pecking order

  1. We are only a few weeks in to our busiest season for years, why would we be considering showing anyone the door? We have been fortunate thus far with injuries, but we usually end up with an injury crisis most seasons. Masuaku has been something of a liability in a defensive role as we are all aware, but he has proven to be pretty useful as cover on the left wing on a few occasions, and may be needed again. Rotation of the squad is essential to manage our fixture list.

  2. Good riddance. Waste of space, we have better youngsters coming through.
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