Analysts from the Guardian have posited that Arsenal’s Carl Jenkinson may be set to return to West Ham this window market on another season-long loan deal following a wonderful game time at the Upton Park last season. The Guardian
Reports from the newspaper say, that Southampton and Sunderland were largely interested in a classy deal for the right-back this summer. However this East London club are thought to have held some reasonable talks with their North London neighbours, and there seems to be some confidence on both sides now that the loan deal could be completed no long a time.
Recall that Jenkinson was one of England’s youngsters during the country’s disappointing European Under-21 Championship campaign last month, he has walked down the pecking order at Arsenal’s first team just behind the likes of Hector Bellerin and Mathieu Debuchy. This alone, pundits say that we should look ahead on both the 23-year-old and Arsene Wenger who may have worked our a permutation to getting him a regular football, as reported by Sky sports.
The right-back enjoyed a solid season with West Ham last term under the guidance of Sam Allardyce, and the new boss Slaven Bilic may possibly like him back at Upton Park, he continues to rebuild his squad ahead of their domestic and European campaigns.
If his loan move to East London is finally completed, the 23-year-old would ultimately become the club’s fourth signing after Darren Randolph, Pedro Obiang and Dimitri Payet, with Angelo Ogbonna also thought to be close to sealing a move from Juventus, as reported by the paper. Analyst proved that Jenkinson created 22 chances and won 40% of his average duels in 32 appearances for the Hammers last season, averaging six defensive actions-per-game.
Jenkinson’s average defensive actions last term.