Right-back has been a problem position for West Ham all season, one that has unquestionably impacted results during their first campaign at the London Stadium.
World Cup winner Alvaro Arbeloa, youngster Sam Byram, utility man Havard Nordtveit, midfield enforcer Cheikhou Kouyate and even top scorer Michail Antonio have all filled in at No.2 for periods this term, which shows how much of a head-scratcher the role has been for manager Slaven Bilic.
Signing a resident right-back will surely be high on the Hammers’ agenda this summer, regardless of who is in the dugout, and one option reportedly on their radar is Stoke City’s Glen Johnson.
The 54-cap England international earned his footballing education at West Ham, rising through the academy and making 15 Premier League appearances before moving to London rivals Chelsea in 2003.
He’ll be available on a free transfer this summer when his contract at the Bet365 Stadium expires, but at the age of 32, is he really the answer to West Ham’s right-back problems?
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