The Daily Star reports that West Ham midfielder Manuel Lanzini is uncertain about his future at the London Stadium beyond this summer.
The 30-year-old’s contract is set to expire in five months, and he is finding it difficult to get into the team in all competitions, leaving his future in doubt.
David Moyes has expressed regret for not giving Lanzini more playing time recently, and journalist Dean Jones has claimed that the Argentinian has received transfer proposals from foreign clubs that could lead to his departure.
It is evident that Manuel Lanzini is currently low in the pecking order at the London Stadium with David Moyes preferring Said Benrahma and Pablo Fornals over the Argentinean playmaker, which is a huge disappointment considering Lanzini’s talent.
Despite this, he has shown flashes of his technical brilliance when given the opportunity to lead the Hammers field. However, as Lanzini is well into his prime years, it is crucial for him to play more, and a departure from the club this summer could be the best option for both parties.
Journalist Dean Jones claims that Lanzini has received transfer offers from abroad that could seal his exit. From West Ham’s perspective, Lanzini’s departure would help reduce the wage bill and potentially allow the club to invest more in the upcoming summer transfer window.