West Ham are open to sale their 33-year-old player to Wolves for just £2.5m

According to Football.London, Wolverhampton Wanderers are engaged in discussions with West Ham United over the potential transfer of defender Aaron Cresswell. The 33-year-old left-back has been a mainstay at West Ham since joining the club from Ipswich Town in 2014 for a fee of £3.75 million. Cresswell has made a total of 331 appearances for the Hammers, scoring ten goals and providing 37 assists during his tenure.

Cresswell’s impressive performances earned him the Player of the Year award for the 2014/15 season at West Ham. Last season, he featured in 33 matches across all competitions, including both legs of the Conference League semi-finals against AZ Alkmaar. However, he was not included in the squad for the final against Fiorentina, remaining on the bench as West Ham clinched a 2-1 victory and their first European trophy since 1965.

According to the Daily Mail, Cresswell has initiated talks with Wolves, where he would reunite with former West Ham teammate Craig Dawson, who made the move to the West Midlands in January. The fee for the experienced full-back, who has one year remaining on his current contract at the London Stadium, is expected to be relatively modest, with estimates ranging from £2.5 million to £5 million.

It is believed that Cresswell is keen on the opportunity to join Wolves. Currently on West Ham’s pre-season tour of Australia, he did not feature in their recent 3-2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur, which has fueled speculation surrounding his future at the club.

The potential transfer of Aaron Cresswell to Wolverhampton Wanderers would provide a boost to their defensive options and add valuable experience to the squad. As talks progress between the two clubs, fans will be eager to see if a deal can be reached to secure the services of the highly-regarded left-back for the upcoming season.