West Ham Set to Unleash Massive Transfer Tsunami with Double Signing, All Thanks to Everton’s

West Ham United are hopeful of signing Manchester United and England defender Harry Maguire in the summer transfer window.

 

The Irons made an attempt to sign Maguire, who is 31 years old, last summer, but they couldn’t reach an agreement despite engaging in extensive talks with the player.

Yet, with the England international set to have only one year left on his Manchester United contract this summer, it has created a window of opportunity for West Ham to negotiate agreeable terms with the Red Devils.

West Ham to revisit deal for Manchester United defender Harry Maguire in the summer

 

Maguire’s salary demands exceeded what West Ham could offer, and he was unwilling to accept a pay cut from his reported £190,000-a-week wages at Old Trafford last summer. Despite making only eight Premier League starts last season, he has revitalised his career at the Premier League giants, featuring in 13 of the last 14 league games he’s been available for.

 

Hammers boss David Moyes is known to be a significant admirer of the centre-back and is keen on bringing him to the London Stadium next season. Sources have recently informed Football Insider that West Ham intend to make an offer for Maguire regardless of whether Moyes remains their manager next season.

There is a concern over the Hammers’ lack of stability at the back of late, with the defence struggling to keep a clean sheet. West Ham have kept five clean sheets in the Premier League, only one of those have come in 2024.

 

The path is now clear for West Ham to sign £20m star Jack Clarke after a final attempt to sign him up to a new deal collapsed.

 

West Ham were very much in the market for a new attacker in January.

And the three names on the club’s shortlist were Sunderland star Jack Clarke, Jota and Ibrahim Osman.

 

The Hammers looked certain to bring in a new left-sided forward. Especially as they allowed Said Benrahma and Pablo Fornals to leave.

 

But in the end the only addition was central midfielder Kalvin Phillips on loan.

Hammers wanted Clarke in January

 

Sunderland attacker Clarke emerged as West Ham’s prime target for much of the window.

 

Any potential move hit the buffers when Sunderland dragged their heels over selling their star player to the Hammers given they were fighting for the play-offs and potential promotion back to the Premier League.

 

The Black Cats also reportedly wanted to make one last attempt at extending Clarke’s contract.

 

 

West Ham United are hopeful of signing Manchester United and England defender Harry Maguire in the summer transfer window.

 

 

 

 

The Irons made an attempt to sign Maguire, who is 31 years old, last summer, but they couldn’t reach an agreement despite engaging in extensive talks with the player.

 

Yet, with the England international set to have only one year left on his Manchester United contract this summer, it has created a window of opportunity for West Ham to negotiate agreeable terms with the Red Devils.

 

West Ham to revisit deal for Manchester United defender Harry Maguire in the summer

 

 

 

 

Maguire’s salary demands exceeded what West Ham could offer, and he was unwilling to accept a pay cut from his reported £190,000-a-week wages at Old Trafford last summer. Despite making only eight Premier League starts last season, he has revitalised his career at the Premier League giants, featuring in 13 of the last 14 league games he’s been available for.

 

 

 

 

Hammers boss David Moyes is known to be a significant admirer of the centre-back and is keen on bringing him to the London Stadium next season. Sources have recently informed Football Insider that West Ham intend to make an offer for Maguire regardless of whether Moyes remains their manager next season.

 

There is a concern over the Hammers’ lack of stability at the back of late, with the defence struggling to keep a clean sheet. West Ham have kept five clean sheets in the Premier League, only one of those have come in 2024.

 

 

 

 

The path is now clear for West Ham to sign £20m star Jack Clarke after a final attempt to sign him up to a new deal collapsed.

 

 

 

 

West Ham were very much in the market for a new attacker in January.

 

And the three names on the club’s shortlist were Sunderland star Jack Clarke, Jota and Ibrahim Osman.

 

 

 

 

The Hammers looked certain to bring in a new left-sided forward. Especially as they allowed Said Benrahma and Pablo Fornals to leave.

 

 

 

 

But in the end the only addition was central midfielder Kalvin Phillips on loan.

 

Hammers wanted Clarke in January

 

 

 

 

Sunderland attacker Clarke emerged as West Ham’s prime target for much of the window.

 

 

 

 

Any potential move hit the buffers when Sunderland dragged their heels over selling their star player to the Hammers given they were fighting for the play-offs and potential promotion back to the Premier League.

 

 

 

 

The Black Cats also reportedly wanted to make one last attempt at extending Clarke’s contract.


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