Hammer Aaron Cresswell is not training with the first team at the moment 6foot2 has learned
His future remains up in the air with talks continuing with Wolves over a permanent worth up to £5m to the Hammers.
Although the deal has yet to agreed it is assumed that his head is not in the right space and he was absent from yesterday’s double training session at Rush Green.
The Athletic reports that Wolves are pushing to get a deal done as they face ‘difficult financial gymnastics’ to get avoid Financial Fair Play penalties.
The transfer fee to be agreed between West Ham and Wolves. The Hammers are believed to want £5m while Wolves originally offered £2.5m.
The 33-year old has been a great servant to West Ham making 330 appearances since joining from Ipswich Town for £3.75million in 2014.
Cressy has thought to have been offered a two year contract at Wolves on better financial terms than the £53,000 per week he is reported to earn at West Ham.
He signed a 12 month extension with the Hammers last November taking his contract to June 2024.