West Ham Agree Deal With Middlesbrough For Darren Randolph

West Ham Agree Deal With Middlesbrough For Darren Randolph

Republic of Ireland international goalkeeper Darren Randolph is set to rejoin Premier League club West Ham from Middlesbrough after the clubs agreed a deal on Monday.

The 32-year old spent two seasons at West Ham before joining Middlesbrough in 2017 for £5m. Per the Guardian, his return will cost the Hammers £4m.

Moyes is keen for competition for Lukasz Fabianski and Randolph is the first of several signings he is keen to do in January. The Irish shot-stopper is still sidelined with a thigh injury but is expected to return to action this month and should be fully fit come Ireland's European Championship play-off against Slovakia in March.


West Ham are also interested in Benefica midfielder Gedson Fernandes. The 20-year old has been linked with several clubs around Europe including Everton, Manchester United and AC Milan.

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