Last Saturday’s three points has got fellow West Ham fans on Twitter thinking about the summer and as well as debating what he might be worth, they’re discussing whether Manuel Lanzini should be sold at the end of this season.
Selling him could be a huge mistake if he rediscovers something at another club, but equally, a very positive move if he really has lost it – we don’t want any more deadwood going forward.
Therefore, it’s no surprise that supporters are split on the big decision on the Argentine, who’s contracted with us until the end of June 2023.
Those that are in favour of getting rid of him claimed that he’s never been consistent enough for us anyway, that his knee is too weak and we should ship him out while we can.
Meanwhile, those that want to keep him couldn’t believe he could continue to be this poor and argued that he’ll come good again…
Yes that is unpopular, I would get rid ASAP sort from the odd fe games he’s never been good for us never understood why people loved him so much?
— West_Ham_Utd (@TJCowboyHammer) March 3, 2020
Why wouldn’t you? He’s had zero impact and clearly thinks his knee is weak. He’s also on a big salary. £20m and see ya.
— IronsmanJP (@IronsManJP) March 3, 2020
Bye bye manu
— Jacob (@Blakob_CoC) March 3, 2020
I definitely would!
— Mo (@Moby8hot) March 3, 2020
Ship him out while we can. Never been the same since his big injury unfortunately… thanks for the memories but time to move on!
— SKD (@SKD_WHUFC) March 3, 2020
Agree, he’ll come good again.
— Örnbjörn (@voronin8) March 3, 2020
Can’t believe he could be this poor again so would definitely keep him, others can go long before him.
— Dave RedgewellOS2016 (@redgewd) March 3, 2020
I wouldn’t either his value is at the lowest it’s ever been and our board don’t reinvest transfer funds.
— #GSBOUT (@CostiaAHN) March 3, 2020
No chance, give him the summer and preseason to get his fitness back and sharpness before acting
I wouldnt either theres a player there form is tempery class is permant hel come good again ⚒
— ⚒ mark whufc ⚒ (@markwhu) March 3, 2020