A former West Ham United striker alleged that the Hammers 'don't wan't black players' after the club's former sporting director, Tony Henry claimed they don't want to sign African players.
Henry was recently sacked by the Hammers after he claimed the club no longer want to sign African players as “they can have a bad attitude” and “cause mayhem."
However, Sakho, a former Hammers striker, revealed via social media that the club want to get rid of the black players.
"They lie to people, they pretend I am bad because I have character," he said on his Snapchat account, published by Sportsmail.
"I am a lion, they were afraid and now everyone will see why I wanted to leave this club."I'll teach all the fans what's true: that they don't want black players.
"One by one we will leave, so good luck to all the fans of West Ham, because soon the truth will come out, I believe in justice."
West Ham have also released a statement regarding Henry's comments.
"The West Ham United family is an inclusive family in which, regardless of gender, age, ability, race, religion or sexual orientation, everyone feels welcome and included," a statement read.