The Senegalese midfielder reportedly has a clause in his contract that would allow him to leave for just £3.5 million but the Hammers manager rubbishes claims that he could goWest Ham manager Sam Allardyce has played down speculation linking midfielder Mohamed Diame with a move to Arsenal.
The Senegalese midfielder only moved to Upton Park in the summer from Wigan but had been linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium after a clause in his contract that would allow him to leave for £3.5 million was revealed.
However, Allardyce has emphasised that the Hammers have not received a bid for Diame and that it would be unlikely for him to make the move across London.
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Meanwhile, Allardyce is keen to add more players to his squad, with Blackburn defender Martin Olsson a target, however he revealed that, after an initial bid, they have not made any further offers.