If you were to describe the season Arthur Masuaku has had, the word mixed might just spring to mind.
The 24-year-old Frenchman, after finding it difficult to establish himself in the starting eleven, was hitting some kind of form before that misdemeanour against Wigan Athletic, in the FA Cup, soured his season.
Given a six-game ban for spitting, it was thought the player would struggle to re-establish himself in the first-team.
However, given the opportunity by David Moyes, Masuaku has once again shown glimpses of the form that could make him a top-player.
But, it appears that his performances have attracted the attention of one of our London rivals.
According to the popular red-top publication, The Sun, Masuaku is being viewed by Tottenham Hotspur as a possible replacement for Danny Rose, who is being linked with a move away from the North London club.
Now whether West Ham United are prepared to sell their asset remains to be keen, but our source does go on to suggest Masuaku wants to play Champions League football, which could well be an influencing factor.
But what’s your view, can you see West Ham parting company with the player?
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