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Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph set for return to West Ham in £4m deal

Darren Randolph is in line for a return to West Ham. Photo by Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile
Darren Randolph is in line for a return to West Ham. Photo by Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile
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Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph has agreed a deal to return to Premier League side West Ham in a reported £4m deal.

The 32-year-old spent two seasons at the Hammers before joining Middlesbrough in 2017, subsequently making 112 appearances for the Championship club.

Randolph split time with Adrian (now at Liverpool) during his time at West Ham, but still made 28 Premier League appearances in two seasons.

The Bray native, who has won 40 Ireland caps, is reportedly on his way to East Laondon to complete a medical, with new manager David Moyes looking to bring in an established goalkeeper to compete with first-choice Lukaz Fabianski.

West Ham signed goalkeeper Roberto in the summer but the club are now looking to offload the Spaniard after ten error-filled displays.

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