Mixed feelings for Masuaku & Souare as Kouyate dumps West Ham for Crystal Palace

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The Senegal midfielder signed a four-year deal with the Selhurst Park outfit on Thursday

Crystal Palace defender Pape Souare and West Ham United defender Arthur Masuaku have reacted to Cheikhou Kouyate's move.

Kouyate ended his four-year stay at the London Stadium outfit after signing a contract that ties him down at Selhurst Park until 2022.

The Teranga Lions skipper becomes Palace's second signing of this summer transfer window after goalkeeper Vicente Guait.

Souare has welcomed his compatriot to Roy Hodgson's team while DR Congo international Masuaku is already feeling the absence of the 28-year-old in the Hammers' fold.

"My brother, there is nothing more to say. I miss you already, thanks for everything. See you very soon," Masuaku tweeted.

"Welcome my brother," Souare tweeted.

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