£24m West Ham player Moyes absolutely loves could still leave this summer

West Ham United star Pablo Fornals could still leave the club this summer with an offer from Saudi Arabia still on the table.


An update on the Spanish attacker was supplied by journalist Dean Jones through Give Me Sport.

Despite the fact that the English transfer market is still open, players are still leaving the Premier League.

The Saudi Arabian and Turkish transfer windows are both still open for a short while.

Davinson Sanchez and Tanguy Ndombele were recently transferred to Galatasaray by London rivals Tottenham.

They are also attempting to acquire players that Premier League clubs are unwilling to part with.

Although Mohamed Salah has the potential to become the star of the Saudi Pro League, Liverpool is currently hesitant to part ways with him.

Pablo Fornals, a player for West Ham, might still move as Saudi Arabian clubs continue to bolster their rosters.

Although he has started just once this season, the £24 million attacker has appeared in every Premier League game.

The Spaniard is a favorite of David Moyes, who calls him a “brilliant” player and is unlikely to want to let him leave.

But as we’ve seen this summer, it must be quite challenging to refuse the money Saudi Arabia is offering.

Fornals could still leave West Ham this summer

Regarding the future of the 27-year-old, Jones stated: “I believe that the Fornals to Saudi agreement will continue to be on the table for a while.

West Ham will have to consider if they could genuinely afford to lose him, and the player will also need to consider his goals for the current campaign.

He needs to choose whether he wants to play a supporting role or if he thinks he can do more.

Fornals’ potential departure from West Ham has been mooted all summer.

There were rumors of a trade deal with Sevilla in which Youssef El-Nesyri would have gone to the London Stadium.

At one point, Real Betis was also interested, but now that the European transfer windows are closed, a move to Saudi Arabia seems to be the most likely option.

Given that West Ham is now unable to sign a replacement, it is difficult to imagine them releasing Fornals.

The last thing David Moyes would want is for his team to continue to deteriorate, especially with a Europa League campaign approaching as well.

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