Talking to El Desmarque, Villarreal president Fernando Roig insisted that the club “doesn’t must sell” any of its best players while West Ham United negotiates to bring Arnaut Danjuma back to the Premier League.
Fabrizio Romano claims that the Hammers are willing to spend the £35 million crucial to lure former Bournemouth star Danjuma back to England. Nevertheless, reaching an understanding with the Dutch international directly is popping out to be far tougher.
The Guardian actually thinks David Moyes and the board are prepared to concede defeat and move on at this point. Jesse Lingard, who had a standout loan season on the London Stadium and gave his finest performance of his profession, is of course free after departing Manchester United.
Moreover, Villarreal aren’t under any urgent pressure to capitalise on the highest scorer from the previous season, who had 16 goals.
“We don’t have Financial Fair Play problems,” explains Roig. “(We’re in good) financial health and sporting health. We don’t must sell. But when something comes along, we’ll see.”
When explicitly questioned about Danjuma, Roig noted that he was unaware of any potential transfer to West Ham.
“I don’t know anything about Danjuma,” he said. “I feel the market is on pause. There isn’t the movement of other seasons. Things are calmer. In the event that they stay, great, also if not. We’ve great strikers.”