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West Ham United: ExWHUemployee backs Mohamed Bayo claims

West Ham United: ExWHUemployee backs Mohamed Bayo claims -West Ham Transfer Rumours

Reliable club insider ExWHUemployee, via the West Ham Way Website, has now backed recent transfer news involving Clermont Foot striker Mohamed Bayo.

The Lowdown: West Ham interested…

As first reported by le10sport, West Ham are interested in signing the colossal 6 foot 2 centre-forward for manager David Moyes as they now turn to Ligue 1 in search of a new striker.

An alternative to Michail Antonio has long been on the agenda for the club ever since former club record signing Sebastien Haller completed a move to Ajax last January.

Bayo, as per reports, is one of the names being targeted and that has now been reiterated by a very reliable source in ExWHUemployee.

The Latest: Ex backs claims…

As per The West Ham Way, Ex backs le10sport’s original claim that West Ham are indeed interested – going on to say that the 23-year-old has been watched by the club.

The Ligue 1 frontman is apparently attracting their interest as they assess the whole of the French top flight for possible targets.

The Verdict: Good candidate?

Scoring a career total of 48 goals so far, impressive numbers given his age, we believe Bayo shouldn’t be ruled out as a candidate.

He made waves in the French second division last season, playing a heavy hand in Clermont’s promotion to the top flight with 22 goals and eight assists in 38 appearances.

He’s continued in that vain in the big leagues, bagging nine goals already so far, and he could only get better given his age.

He could also come to the London Stadium with great possible sell-on value, with the only caveat being his lack of experience in an extremely competitive division like the Premier League.

In other news: ‘Pleeease’, ‘I would cry’…West Ham fans erupt as Moyes offered ‘quality signing’, find out more here.

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