West Ham United are reportedly ready to hand wantaway winger Dimitri Payet to any willing suitors, as long as they become £50million richer.
Payet has refused to play for The Hammers, and seems there’s no going back between him and manager Slaven Bilic.
West Ham have already rejected a £20million offer from Olympique Marseille, and according to the Daily Express, they will keep rejecting bids less than £50million.
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In Payet’s absence, West Ham beat Crystal Palace 3-0 yesterday. Teammate Andy Carroll, who scored a stunning winner, criticized Payet for trying to force his way out of the team.
“’I don’t think any player is bigger than the club. That’s what the lads believe, the manager, all the staff and the fans. We showed we’re a tight group and got three points for it,” said Carroll.
“We have answered a few of the critics, with everything that has been going in during the week and everyone talking. I have received a lot of calls and messages and it has been the same for the other players. It has been tough, especially as the lads are close to one another.
“To put all that behind us and work as a team has been fantastic. All the lads in the dressing room were fantastic and professional. They know what it means to the fans and the club. We stuck together and everyone is hungry and dedicated. It showed in the performance.”