Former Leeds United goalkeeper Paul Robinson believes Sonny Perkins made the suitable name to depart West Ham for a transfer to Elland Street this summer time.
The highly-rated 18-year-old left the London Stadium on a free switch, leaving West Ham “upset” together with his representatives, as they made clear in an official assertion on the time.
Robinson has backed Perkins, nonetheless, saying he sees it as justified, as he already appears to be like near with the ability to compete within the first-team.
“I feel he’s. If you happen to take a look at the 15-year-old at Arsenal, it’s a case now greater than even the place in the event you’re adequate, you’re sufficiently old,” Robinson mentioned.
“Perkins can problem for a spot and why shouldn’t he if he’s adequate?
“He was a giant signing and West Ham had been very upset they couldn’t compete with Leeds on that stage.
“He in all probability thought he had extra of a possibility at Leeds with the supervisor and the best way the membership is run and it’s been confirmed to be the proper choice from the participant’s perspective.
“It’s now time for him to begin urgent and making an attempt to get into that first-team squad.”