Fulham could offer Grady Diangana an opportunity to showcase his talents in the Premier League if West Ham decide not to give their promising winger first-team football, according to a Daily Mail report this afternoon.
The England under-21 international has returned to West Ham after a successful loan spell with West Brom and is braced for talks with David Moyes about his role for the forthcoming season. Diangana, who scored eight goals and made six more as the Baggies won automatic promotion from the Championship, believes he is ready for regular game time in the top flight, although forcing his way past the likes of recent signing Jarrod Bowen and Pablo Fornals to secure a starting berth at the London Stadium will not be easy.
The Mail suggests that Diangana, who can play on either flank, would not be short of suitors if West Ham decide to listen to offers for his services. West Brom would be eager to try and take the 22 year-old back to the Hawthorns on a permanent deal for around £15m, although both Southampton and Fulham are monitoring Congolese-born man’s availability. Diangana, who signed a five-year contract last January, has made 21 senior appearances for the Hammers, scoring two goals but has only started nine games in the last two years.