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Report: Irons flop desperate for exit

West Ham flop Nikola Vlasic is desperate to leave the club this summer, according to a new report.

The Croatia international has struggled since his move to the club from CSKA Moscow last summer and only managed to score once in the Premier League last season.

There have been plenty of reports linking him with an exit from the club this summer and a potential move to Torino appears to be gathering some sort of steam.

Indeed, a new report from Tuttosport reports that the attacking midfielder is desperate to move to the Italian side and has told boss David Moyes just that.

We can confidently say that the Hammers are unlikely to stand in his way if Torino do table a formal bid.

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The Serie A side want to take Vlasic on an initial loan deal with an option to buy him at the end of the season.

We can see plenty of legs in this one.

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7 comments on “Report: Irons flop desperate for exit

  1. Not opposed to Vlasic going but we do need better replacement . Our team need depth we need to see some incomings quickly .

  2. Who’s running the transfer circus, Moyes as i believe it’s he who wanted full control?

    Who does he expect, if anyone, to replace Vlasic just on the wages because it’s only a loan and who else would still be in a job if they lost nearly half of what they piad only a year ago?

    He has no excuses on this one as it’s his signing
    Same with Diop another loss i think other clubs can see us coming and are making silly bids knowing we will just accept it. One minute Diop to Fulham was bid of over £20m being rejected then a couple of days later it’s now down to £15m??

  3. Oh and is it just me and my old man that think his people skills are non-existant?
    Towards the end of last season ok they were playing crap but every game he came out slagging the players off. Never his fault just theirs. Now this season all we hear is players refusing to play or desperate to leave.
    Not sure how much truth in it or its Moyes trying to make excuses for selling players for sometimes half what HE paid for them.
    I’m sure I’ll get slammed of how vlasic want playing, doesn’t mean you have to give him away

    • I’m not sure David Moyes would have lasted 20 years in management if his man-management/people skills were lacking…?
      True enough, West Ham appear to have sold a few players cheap, but also have bought players for pretty large sums of £cash.
      I feel for Vlasic, he came off the back of a Player of the Season award in Russia, to ride the pine in London…. who can blame him for wanting an opportunity to play?

      • Not sure what his management skills have got to do with how long he’s been in coaching?
        I have a suspicion he might be gone by Christmas.
        It drives me absolutely mad with his lack of subs even though you can make 5 now he seems to stick with players who the whole crowd can see are injured and being carried by the rest of the team like Antonio on Sunday.

  4. I think Moyes is out of he’s depth at West Ham you can’t just let players leave until someone comes in first I hope he as at least 6 to 7 players lined up waiting to play for the club & not the £££ in Moyes I’m losing faith COYI

    • I agree and his stubboness to bring on subs and therefor like sunday when it was hard enough with 11 men and Antonio was unjured and walking around (like usual) he clkearly needed to come off

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