West Ham United have reached an agreement to sign Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Alphonse Areola on a permanent basis for £8 million. With West Ham in the 2021-22 season and making 17 appearances in all competitions,
The UFABET reveal that the Hammers are now using an option to buy him at around £8m instead of another. The option, which extends the loan.
means Areola will stay at the London Stadium on a permanent basis with a contract believe to be up to five years
Areola had received interest from Newcastle and former club Fulham this summer. But Newcastle ultimately went for Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope.
The France international was David Moyes’ most-used shot-stopper during West Ham’s run to the Europa League semi-finals.
Castle United and his former club Fulham. But in the end, “Salikadong” chose to sign Nick Pope instead.
Although the goalkeeper is second-hand after Lukasz Fabianski. He has kept eight clean sheets in 16 games in the Football Cup. Including the 2-0 win over Sevilla in the Europa League last 16
, Areola signed a professional contract with PSG in 2009 and went on loan at Real Madrid. Villarreal and Fulham’s
permanent move to West Ham will see him vying for a full-time position with Fabianski, with the London club set to kick off the new season with Manchester City. Lester City on August 7