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West Ham re-sign goalkeeper Darren Randolph for £4m

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'This opportunity was simply too good to turn down': West Ham re-sign goalkeeper Darren Randolph for £4million on a three-and-a-half year deal after he allayed injury fearsDarren Randolph has returned to West Ham after two-and-a-half years away 'I had no hesitation in coming back,' the goalkeeper said after completing move The 32-year-old had been one of the Hammers' primary targets this month 

West Ham have re-signed goalkeeper Darren Randolph for £4million on a three-and-a-half year deal after he allayed injury fears.

Sportsmail reported on Tuesday that the Hammers resumed discussions with Middlesbrough over a move after checking on his thigh injury.

Randolph has returned to the Premier League side after two-and-a-half years away.

West Ham have re-signed goalkeeper Darren Randolph for £4m on a three-and-a-half year deal

'I'm delighted to be back at West Ham United. I had two great years at the club previously and still have a lot of friends here, so I had no hesitation in coming back,' he said after completing the switch.

'West Ham is a massive club, with fantastic supporters and an excellent squad of players.

'It's a great challenge for me and I am really looking forward to working with the goalkeepers here and helping the team in any way I can.

Randolph has returned to the Premier League side after two-and-a-half years away

'I'd like to thank everyone at Middlesbrough – the management, staff, players and fans – for their support. I had a great time there and wish them all the very best for the rest of the season.

'This opportunity was simply too good to turn down, though. It's a great feeling to be back in the Premier League with such a fantastic club, and I can't wait to get started.'

The 32-year-old had been one of the Hammers' primary targets this month as the club looked to secure adequate back-up for first-choice Lukasz Fabianski.

But the move hit the skids after issues arose following the Republic of Ireland goalkeeper's medical.

Randolph has been suffering with a thigh injury that has kept him out for three weeks but Boro medics were sure he had fully recovered from the injury, so much so that he was considered for Tuesday night's FA Cup third-round reply defeat at Tottenham.

The 32-year-old goalkeeper had been one of the Hammers' primary targets this month

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