A lot of West Ham fans are reacting to the latest rumours suggesting that Ryan Fredericks, Albian Ajeti and Arthur Masuaku could be sold in the summer if the right offers come in (ClaretandH via West Ham Gossip).
The trio have had difficult times at the club this season, with them only having a combined 29 starting appearances in the Premier League, per Transfermarkt.
19-year-old academy prospect Jeremy Ngakia has earned a lot of praise from fans whilst Fredericks has been injured, whilst the other two are struggling for game time, per whoscored. Aaron Cresswell is ahead of Masuaku and Ajeti has only played six minutes of football this calendar year.
It has been a hard time for the footballers and also the club, as West Ham sit only two points away from relegation, but whether they survive is in their own hands as they have to play fellow strugglers Newcastle, Watford, Norwich and Aston Villa.
Here is what fans are saying about the trio:
Ryan Fredericks could be among the players who will be allowed to move on this summer, should the club receive the right offer.
Albian Ajeti and Arthur Masuaku are two other players that have question marks hanging over them.
— West Ham Gossip (@westham_gossip) March 16, 2020
Id say I’d happily drive Masuaku to the airport, bit pointless at the moment tho!
— W (@Will_D89) March 16, 2020
At right price, happy if all 3 went.
— Tom Pearson (@TomPearson8) March 16, 2020
All Championship standard only
— Graham Hammond (@slamminhammo) March 16, 2020
Not been good enough
— Brad 🛠 WHUFC (@BradHellyer1) March 16, 2020
get the money & run maybe add lanzini yarma too
— barrie senior (@barritelli) March 17, 2020
Pretty sure the right price for all 3 is around the “Free”
Only one I would want any money back from is Ajeti, or send him on loan. Simply hasn’t been given a chance.
— Algoithm (@Algoithm) March 17, 2020
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