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Moyes reportedly will try to sell player in January who he signed for £4 million

West Ham United transfers: David Moyes will try to sell Darren Randolph for around £1 million in the January window, writes the Hammer News.

That’s according to Claret and Hugh who claim that the 35-year-old goalkeeper is one of five players Moyes is trying to sell in January.

Moyes has actually been trying to move the 50-capped Republic of Ireland international on from the London Stadium for quite some time now.

He is currently still a West Ham player, although that clearly won’t be the case for too long. Randolph is out of contract with the Hammers in the summer of 2023, but it seems as though Moyes wants him gone before then.

Randolph rejoined the Hammers from Middlesbrough in January 2020 for around £4 million (BBC).

The 35-year-old has hardly played under Moyes though, and according to Claret and Hugh, the Scot now wants to sell him for around £1 million in the January transfer window if possible.

Randolph hasn’t featured for West Ham in the Premier League since May 2021.

Moyes has Lukasz Fabianski and Alphonse Areola as his two first-choice goalkeepers, with the likes of Joseph Anang, Nathan Trott and Krisztian Hegyi all coming through the ranks at the London Stadium.

So it’s no surprise that the Scot wants to move Randolph on.