It has now been revealed how West Ham United feels about possibly selling Nayef Aguerd.

Over the past few weeks, Nayef Aguerd has been connected with a transfer away from West Ham, with interest from Saudi Arabia (Morocco World News) and the Premier League, where Liverpool and Manchester City are reportedly vying for his services (Daily Mail).
reveals West Ham United’s position on selling Nayef Aguerd
On BBC Sport’s Football Gossip Daily, Telegraph journalist Luke Edwards spoke about the Moroccan’s current circumstance at the London Stadium.

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And Edwards asserted that the Hammers are in complete control of his future:

“Defense will be the next phase of Jurgen Klopp’s team overhaul. Aguerd has really pleased me when he joined us from Rennes in the summer of 2022 for £30 million. He has been a standout performer for West Ham and has adapted to the Premier League better than many international center backs do. Liverpool showing interest would not surprise me in the least. I’m a little surprised about Manchester City. Starting in September, this whole rumor will make West Ham very unhappy. Declan Rice was recently lost to Arsenal. That will be my only caution, since West Ham won’t feel any obligation to sell Declan Rice for £105 million.

Even though the Hammers may not be under any pressure to sell, I believe it would be foolish of us to reject a £50 million or higher offer for the 27-year-old from Liverpool, Manchester City, or the Saudi Arabians.

For West Ham, Nayef Aguerd has occasionally displayed real class, but he has also shown that he is prone to making too many errors.

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His awareness of position when our opponents strike us with a counterattack is also at times exceedingly poor.

He most definitely is not a horrible player; I’m just saying that he isn’t the finished article.

If a firm offer is made for the former Rennes player either in the January transfer window or next summer, it will be quite intriguing to see what the West Ham owners decide to do.

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