An interesting West Ham United transfer update has now come to light involving Hull City forward Keane Lewis-Potter, as per a new report.
The Lowdown: Irons look to summer…
Irons boss David Moyes, after failing to strengthen in January, will be looking to bolster his squad and improve on West Ham’s meteoric rise over the last two seasons.
Reaching the Europa League semi-finals, West Ham will unfortunately not be participating in the competition next season having just missed out on qualification to Man United on the Premier League final day.
A new forward is reportedly on the agenda for Moyes as The Daily Star now share news involving Hull sensation Lewis-Potter.
The Latest: Hammers plotting move…
According to their information, West Ham ‘plot’ a raid to sign the 21-year-old following a fine season in the Championship as manager Moyes ‘personally’ checks up on him.
They’re apparently eyeing up a move for another Tigers starlet after they sealed the signing of Jarrod Bowen, who has since gone on to become a revelation at the London Stadium.
The Verdict: Bring him in…
Clinton Morrison’s verdict on Lewis-Potter, with the pundit calling him an ‘outstanding‘ forward, is certainly backed by some impressive stats over 2021/2022.
According to WhoScored, despite his very young age, the starlet was indispensable from a Hull perspective – having played the joint-most Championship minutes whilst finishing the campaign as their top goal scorer.
Given The Tigers value him at just £15m, Lewis-Potter could become serious value for money over the next few years, and we advise Moyes to get ahead of the competition and seal a move.
In other news: Talks held: West Ham pushing to sign £20m ‘beast’ as club green-light summer sale, find out more here.
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