Fulham’s Issa Diop has been performing exceptionally well, which makes West Ham United’s decision to sell him appear to be a huge error, as explains the HammerNews.
Manager David Moyes allowed the 26-year-old centre-back to join Fulham for approximately £15 million during the summer transfer window, which seemed like a good deal for the Hammers at the time.
Diop had experienced a significant decline at West Ham after a strong debut season in the Premier League, but his recent form suggests that it was possibly due to poor coaching.
With our current injury concerns in the centre-back position and the sale of Craig Dawson in January, having Diop back at the London Stadium would be beneficial.
In 18 Premier League games for Fulham this season, Diop has averaged 1.2 tackles, 1.5 interceptions, and 2.7 clearances per game, while winning an average of 1.3 aerial duels per game. He has also recorded an impressive completion rate of 85.5% with 53.1 passes per match.