Unhappy Adrian wants out of West Ham


adrian-west-hamUnhappy Adrian is looking for a move out of West Ham after being almost totally overlooked since Joe Hart’s arrival on loan.

The 30-year-old is desperately fed up and has told  Radio Marca in Spain that he needs to move elsewhere after only making two appearances for the club in the Carabao Cup this season.

Darren Randolph revealed when leaving for Middlesbrough that he and the Spaniard had raced to see who could be the first one out of the club when Hart arrived.

And Adrian – long linked with a move to Palace in the summer – has now broken his silence and made it clear he wants out.

He is  still eyeing a call-up to the Spain squad and now seems more than ready to leave the East End to put himself in the international frame if he gets the chance.

He said: The coach is not giving me much ball this year, but the data is there. It only remains to fight.

“Without playing, I repeat the call with the Spanish team disappears.

“The market will be reopened and an agreement must be reached because I am not happy in this situation.

“Try other leagues? I would not mind. I want to enjoy every Sunday and that is achieved by playing.”

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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!"

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  • hammersfan01 says:

    I’m not surprised – the lad has been very hard done by this season; he’s done little wrong, didn’t really warrant being dropped last season, came back when required and did all that was asked, and for his trouble gets dropped in favour of someone who, let’s be honest, is not really head and shoulders above him, and who is only keeping him out of the side by virtue of the fact that he’s Gareth Southgate’s first choice. I won’t begrudge him electing to leave, because the blame will lie with the owners and Slaven.

  • Lazurus. rises like a salmon says:

    Sad to hear that but who can blame him lol!
    I would have him my side before hart all day long !
    Oh yes !! He was another player made to feel unwelcome by our board and manager with the loaning of hart lol and made his feelings heard which have been held against him no doubt as well !!

  • West Ham Fan No 32 says:

    Echo what has been said, Hart is a short term solution on big wages, I was all for him coming don’t get me wrong but he hasn’t looked particularly convincing so far, when Adrian has played he has looked good, I think Adrian is probably overall a better shot stopper than Hart and slightly better in posession but Hart is a better communicator with his defence, we definitely should be doing what we can to make Adrian happy, e.g. offer him a much better contract, even if he gets in the Spanish squad he is going to be third choice so although harsh I am less worried by that but I want him to succeed at our club he has a special bond with most of us I think and we want to see him get his chance.

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