West Ham United loanee Arthur Masuaku is not in Besiktas’ plans beyond this season and the player is aware of the managers intention, it has been claimed in reports today.
However, they do not have the desire to continue with the player following an uninspiring spell and have shortlisted three potential candidates to strengthen their left-back problem position. This will come as no surprise to seasoned Hammers fans who are fully aware of the players inadequacies at full-back.
The report that Besiktas are not planning to keep Masuaku has come from Turkish broadcaster A Spor who have good links with the club. Apparently they have even informed the 29-year-old about their plans and are expected to send him back to East London.
Masuaku has had plenty of opportunity to impress in Turkey, having featured in 21 games overall for Besiktas this season, 20 of which have come in the league.
What seems to be a trend and it has been for a while. Is that we always pay over the odds for players. We then devalue them and somehow make them worse, then make a huge loss on them with no one wanting them.
How and why is Westham such a poisoned chalice?
The answer is Moyes, he is the poison chalice.