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West Ham: Robinson backs ‘perfect’ Aaron Wan-Bissaka move

West Ham: Robinson backs ‘perfect’ Aaron Wan-Bissaka move -West Ham News

Sky pundit and former Premier League goalkeeper Paul Robinson has raved as West Ham eye a move for Man United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka

The Lowdown: Hammers linked…

The Englishman’s future under Erik ten Hag is currently up in the air as top flight clubs nearer the foot of the table circle ahead of January.

West Ham are among the sides eyeing a move for Wan-Bissaka but could face stern competition from the likes of Wolves and Crystal Palace, according to reports.

David Moyes’ side are languishing near the bottom three and have lost the division’s joint-largest number of matches alongside Southampton and Wolves (9).

The Latest: Robinson thrilled…

The need for reinforcements is arguably obvious, and as West Ham allegedly target Wan-Bissaka, pundit Robinson has claimed he could be the ‘perfect fit’.

Speaking to Football Insider, he explained:

“He is not in the thinking of Erik ten Hag.

β€œI believe David Moyes would be able to get the best out of him. He has fallen out of favour at United. He has not had the run of the green.

β€œI think he would excel at West Ham. He is the type of player Moyes loves.

There will be no shortage of takers for him. It is important he takes the correct step next though.

β€œAt West Ham, he would get game time under a fantastic man-manager. It would also allow him to move back to London. I think it would be the perfect fit. That would be a good move for all parties in my eyes.”

The Verdict: Make the move?

Wan-Bissaka has been hailed as one of the best one-v-one defenders in recent seasons, and despite his lacklustre last 12 months at Old Trafford, the defender could indeed bolster Moyes’ options.

Vladimir Coufal arguably hasn’t replicated his stunning debut season at the London Stadium recently and West Ham may need to weigh up alternatives.

It seems as if Wan-Bissaka could be available and could possibly provide more strength in depth at full-back.

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