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Confused with his trainer Rafael Benitez, Lucas Digne (28) is more than ever on the list of undesirable at Everton. Not called since last December 1, Digne must look for a point of fall while he is under contract until June 2025.
West Ham on Lucas Digne
With this in mind, if Chelsea and Newcastle had been announced in recent days, West Ham has been added to the list of contenders for the former Paris-Saint-Germain player. According to The Daily Mail, the London club were initially cooled by the French left-back’s 100,000-pound-per-week salary, but with injuries to Aaron Cresswell, Kurt Zouma and Angelo Ogbonna, the Hammers could take the plunge.
In case of transfer this winter, Everton should pocket 30 million euros for Lucas Digne, bought in the summer of 2018 for 10 less. The winner of the 2021 Nations League with the France team should therefore be able to bounce back nicely, whether under the orders of David Moyes (West Ham), Thomas Tuchel (Chelsea) or Eddie Howe (Newcastle).
According to The Daily Mail, West Ham, Chelsea but also Newcastle would like to recruit this winter the French international left-back of Everton, Lucas Digne, much appreciated by Didier Deschamps. Digne has an estimated market value of 30 million euros.