West Ham look to wrap up sensible switch deal in coming months
West Ham is reported to be looking to sign Watford defender Craig Dawson on loan on a permanent transfer deal in the coming months.
The 30-year-old center-back has shone at David Moyes this season and it would be good business for the club to keep him beyond this season.
Football Insider claims West Ham will be working on a permanent deal for Dawson in the coming months, and Hammers fans will hope they can do it.
Watford was relegated from the Premier League last season and could struggle to keep their best players unless they win promotion back to the top flight.
West Ham will hope they will manage to raid the Hornets for this solid defensive player who has played a key role in the team battling for a top four place this season.
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The report adds that Dawson was available for just £ 3 million in January, but West Ham failed to sign a permanent deal at that point.
Its shape since then, however, could have seen them change their minds.