Some West Ham fans have taken to Twitter to express their opinions on a potential early return for on-loan winger Grady Diangana.
This came about after West Ham fan account @westhamtransfers posted a tweet asking for the club to recall the winger from his loan at West Brom.
The 21-year-old is currently playing in the Championship under former Hammers boss Slaven Bilic for West Bromwich Albion on a season-long loan deal.
This tweet then led to a number of Hammers fan replying with their views disagreeing with the idea of Diangana returning to the club before his loan spell has ended.
Here’s a sample of West Ham fans saying Diangana should not be recalled to the club immediately:
Let him win the Championship with Slav. First.
— Ben Hoole (@BenHoole2004) November 4, 2019
Should stay the whole season imo
— Olly ⚒ (@ollywild15) November 4, 2019
West Ham are currently in a bad run of form, not having won a Premier League match since their 2-0 win against Manchester United back in September.
Meanwhile, the on-loan Diangana is having a very successful season at West Brom in the Championship so far. The 21-year-old has made 13 Championship appearances and he has already picked up four goals and five assists (per Transfermarkt).
But some Hammers fans think he should be allowed to continue his impressive run of form at the Hawthorns until the end of the season when his loan deal expires.
Leave him where he is for the season rather than recall to sit on bench
— Kevin Bane (@KBane8) November 5, 2019
No leave him get experience then bring him back. Pellegrini will leave him on the bench and play him for 15 mins here and there. He deserves more then that. Call back for next season
— Jon mcloughlin (@JonJonnymac26) November 5, 2019
Whilst he is flying there id leave him there, why bring him back to a team with no confidence and potentially wreck everything he has built there, bring him back at the end of the season.
— Dan. (@dthomson123) November 5, 2019
What do we think?
It’s understandable why some West Ham fans would want to get Diangana back at the club in an effort to fix up their poor run of form. But, to recall the 21-year-old in the hope he can put the Hammers’ season back on track when he’s on a good run of form would just be unfair.