Ajax and Celtic are reportedly monitoring Grady Diangana’s situation, who is currently impressing on loan at West Brom from West Ham.
The 22-year-old winger has been a regular feature in the starting XI for Slaven Bilic’s promotion-chasing Baggies, scoring seven goals and notching six assists in 27 Championship appearances.
The Hammers are keen on re-integrating Diangana into their first-team squad next season but the player himself wants to play regularly, alerting the Dutch and Scottish champions to his potential availability, according to The Sun.
Grady Diangana has had a breakthrough season on loan at West Brom from West Ham United
The 22-year-old winger wants to play regular first-team football and may seek a move away
The report details that West Ham would look for a fee between £15-20m for the winger, should Diangana look to leave the club this summer.
West Brom, where Diangana has burst onto the first-team scene this season, are also interested in making the 22-year-old’s loan move permanent.
In terms of Premier league interest, Everton and Newcastle are also monitoring his progress.
Diangana was a favourite of Manuel Pellegrini’s while the Chilean was in charge at West Ham
Diangana scored twice on his league debut for Slaven Bilic’s West Brom versus Luton in August
Diangana, who came through the youth system at West Ham, has been capped once by England at Under-21 level and has played 17 times for West Ham in the Premier League.
He made his first team debut for West Ham in September 2018, scoring twice in an 8-0 demolition of Macclesfield Town in the Carabao Cup.
He scored two goals in six minutes on his Championship debut for West Brom in August against Luton Town.
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