West Ham need Nottingham Forest’s Joe Worrall for £6m
David Moyes has worked wonders with West Ham United this season. If Pep Guardiola can’t lead Manchester City to Champions League glory, the Scot is the Manager’s most worthy winner of the year.
After staggering stakes at Man United, Real Sociedad and Sunderland, Moyes has mended his tarnished reputation in east London and that has as much to do with his nous in the transfer market as it does with his tactical genius.
Before the new season, the Hammers need to get stronger in key areas, especially if they land on a European place in a final push in the Premier League.
To that end, Moyes is looking for a bargain or two in the lower divisions and, as Hammers News reports, citing Claret and Hugh, Joe Worrall, the towering defender of Nottingham Forest, is of interest.
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The Daily Mirror has suggested the player is worth on the order of £ 10 million. However, Hammers News is convinced that Moyes could get his husband closer to £ 6million.
Even at £ 10m, what Hammers News has called a “real warrior” would be a bargain.