Report: West Ham willing to sell Darren Randolph for £3m

Republic of Ireland's Darren Randolph and John O'Shea

Darren Randolph has been linked with a move away from West Ham United in the summer transfer window.

Republic of Ireland's Darren Randolph

West Ham United are willing to let Darren Randolph leave in the summer transfer window, according to The Sun.

Randolph joined West Ham in the summer of 2015 on a free transfer after leaving Birmingham City at the end of the 2014-15 season.

The Republic of Ireland international is the second-choice goalkeeper behind Adrian at the Hammers.

It has been reported by The Sun that the 29-year-old’s impressive performances at the ongoing 2016 European Championship have sparked interest among a number of Premier League and Championship clubs.

Republic of Ireland's Darren Randolph

According to the British tabloid, West Ham manager Slaven Bilic will allow Randolph to leave the London club this summer as long as they get a transfer fee of around £3 million.

The former Motherwell and Birmingham goalkeeper has two years left on his current £22,000-a-week deal with the option of a further year at West Ham, according to The Sun.

West Ham's Darren Randolph

Randolph kept one clean sheet in four appearances for the Republic of Ireland at the Euro 2016 finals in France, making 3.25 saves per game and 2.60 saves per goal on average.

During the 2015-16 campaign, the goalkeeper played in just six Premier League matches for West Ham, keeping two clean sheets in the process.

Republic of Ireland's Darren Randolph celebrates at the end of the match

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