West Ham would be ready to listen to offers for £20 million signing Andre Ayew in January or next summer.
The former Swansea star has been used in a variety of positions over 40 appearances and has yet to show that he will seriously impact on the team.
He has managed seven league goals over two seasons but his form has been indifferent at best since an early injury put him out of action soon after joining.
Now the player could become a candidate for the exit door as doubts start to arise over his contribution since making the switch from the Welsh club.
He has appeared in every League and Cup match this season but has managed just one League strike in a series of disappointing excursions.
Manager Slaven Bilic has played him in a variety of positions without seeing any serious improvement and ClaretandHugh has learned that patience is running out.
We were told: “Being realistic were offers to come in we would have to listen but we of course remain hopeful things will come good..”
January could be an interesting time among the strike force at the club with questions arising over both Ayew and Diafra Sakho
If we could bring in a decent replacement, then by all means sell Ayew!
However, I see know problems with Diafra Sakho.
Big problems with Andy Carroll’s ego, suggesting at ‘West Ham United’, that he would love to play up front with Chicharito!
Sakho is the guy who deserves to be playing up front with Chicharito, and not AC!!
Maybe its just me but I feel we haven’t seen the best of Ayew under Bilic, much like Feghouli and any number of players he has signed with the exception of Lanzini, Antonio and Payet and the latter got progressively worse over his 15 months with us. The players seem to play in quite an inhibited way and look unsure of their roles, Lanzini, Antonio and Payet aside it appears that most players don’t have a clue what they are supposed to be doing, I hope we put in a good performance tomorrow and continue our good run against a very organised and probably confident Burnley side.
Ye, he’s dog ****!
He’s like the invisible man – you know he’s on the pitch but you can’t see him.
Very disappointing, and nowher newr justifying the fee we paid for him!