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West Ham: Darren Randolph exit now ‘imminent’

West Ham: Darren Randolph exit now 'imminent' - Premier League News

West Ham United could be about to let go of another player after Craig Dawson as talkSPORT reporter Alex Crook shares news on Darren Randolph.

The Lowdown: Dawson departs…

The Hammers have completed one signing in Danny Ings from Aston Villa with defender Craig Dawson departing for the Midlands with Wolves.

It’s one in, one out at the London Stadium as manager David Moyes attempts to upgrade his ranks and push on from their 2-0 win over Everton at the weekend.

Balancing the books will be a key part of the January transfer process with news coming to light on another ‘imminent’ departure from the Premier League club.

The Latest: West Ham exit ‘imminent’

Taking to Twitter, reporter Alex Crook has now claimed that Randolph’s departure from east London is expected as he nears a Bournemouth.

Commenting on Nicolas Jackson’s potential arrival at Bournemouth, the journalist claimed:

Another imminent new arrival at #AFCB is #WHUFC goalkeeper Darren Randolph, brings a wealth of experience and will be a good addition to a young dressing room.”

The Verdict: A good servant…

Randolph has done his utmost when called upon across two spells at West Ham, first signing for the club in 2015 before joining Middlesbrough and re-signing for the Irons in 2020.

Perhaps most notably, he played in-between the sticks during West Ham’s final game at the Boleyn Ground in May 2016 – a match forever etched in history for the fanbase.

Randolph enjoyed a brilliant spell at Boro in-between his two spells at West Ham, being selected for the EFL Championship PFA Team of the Year and Middlesbrough’s Player of the Year in 2019.

The club re-signed him as a capable back-up to Fabianski in 2020 after the Pole’s injury as they were to desperate for cover at the time.

When called upon, Randolph did a job and earned praise for his occasional performances from the West Ham faithful, with a few supporters stating they wish they had never let him go to Boro.

Overall, the 35-year-old, who has 50-caps for the Republic of Ireland, has been a good servant and Bournemouth will be acquiring an experienced figurehead.

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