Report: Wantaway West Ham ace Diafra Sakho undecided about West Brom move despite fee being agreed

Diafra Sakho celebrates after scoring the first goal for West Ham

West Bromwich Albion have reportedly agreed a fee for West Ham United striker Diafra Sakho.

Diafra Sakho celebrates after scoring the first goal for West HamDiafra Sakho celebrates after scoring the first goal for West Ham

According to the Daily Mail, West Ham United have agreed a £15m deal to sell Diafra Sakho to West Bromwich Albion - but the player himself isn't yet sure about the move.

Sakho, 26, joined West Ham back in the summer of 2014 having impressed with two consecutive 20-goal seasons for French side Metz.

Swansea City's Lukasz Fabianski saves from West Ham's Diafra SakhoSwansea City's Lukasz Fabianski saves from West Ham's Diafra Sakho

After 12 goals in his first season for West Ham under Sam Allardyce, Sakho was touted as a key player for the Hammers, but he failed to replicate that early success under Slaven Bilic, scoring just seven times in all competitions last season.

Since the end of last season, Sakho has been heavily linked with a move away from East London, and the Daily Mail even reported last month that Sakho had refused to travel to Austria with the rest of the West Ham squad in a bid to force a move away from the club.

Diafra Sakho celebrates scoring the second goal for West HamDiafra Sakho celebrates scoring the second goal for West Ham

Now, the Daily Mail report that West Ham have agreed a deal to sell Sakho to Premier League rivals for a fee of £15m, which would give manager Bilic some additional funds to spend, and give West Brom another goal threat.

However, it's claimed that Sakho is undecided about a move to The Hawthorns, meaning it may be some time before the Senegal international makes up his mind.

Tottenham's Danny Rose in action with West Ham's Diafra SakhoTottenham's Danny Rose in action with West Ham's Diafra Sakho

Sakho would play first-team football at West Brom and possibly form a dangerous partnership with Salomon Rondon, and given that he wants to leave West Ham, it isn't quite clear why Sakho is hesitating.

Sakho may feel that he can earn a bigger move to another Premier League club, with other teams no doubt now aware that West Ham value him at £15m - but if he wants to play on a regular basis next season, there may not be many better moves available to him than West Brom.

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