West Ham are on the verge of signing both Alou Diarra and Moussa Konate for a combined £4 million subject to medicals.
Alou Diarra, a defensive midfielder, currently plays in Ligue 1 for Marseille and has some experience of the Premier League despite not making an appearance for Liverpool during his 3 year stay. The 31 year-old would command a fee in the region of £2 million and is seen as a coup by many due to his international experience.
Moussa Konate, on the other hand, is a relatively inexperienced 19 year-old striker who currently plays for Maccabi Haifa. The young striker played in the 2012 Olympic games for Senegal scoring five times in four games. Some believed this would increase the value of the player but West Ham have agreed a fee in the region of £2 million with the players parent club.
Are these players good signings for West Ham?