Reliable insider ExWHUemployee has claimed on Twitter that West Ham are interested in signing Leeds and Wolves linked Danny Loader.

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According to The Daily Mail, Leeds and Wolverhampton Wanderersare two clubs who are chasing the Reading forward ahead of the summer transfer window.

Hammers boss David Moyes will surely be in the market for a new attacker this summer. And so will Marcelo Bielsa and Nuno Espirito Santo.

The problem for all three clubs mentioned, however, is that money could be tight this summer because of the financial impact of the global health crisis. And Moyes will clearly have to cut his cloth accordingly.

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Reliable West Ham insider ExWHUemployee has claimed on Twitter that the Scot could move to address that issue by bringing in Reading ace Danny Loader.

Ex suggested that Loader’s availability on a free transfer is proving to be attractive to the Hammers:

 

The 19-year-old has made just 12 appearances for Reading this season in all competitions, scoring only one goal in the process (Who Scored).

Those stats aren’t very impressive. But in fairness to Loader, only four of those outiongs have been starts.

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Danny Loader (Photo by James Baylis – AMA/Getty Images)

And the teenager has been described as ‘a very talented young player’ by Reading manager Mark Bowen (Get Reading).

Loader obviously has something about him, with clubs like West Ham, Leeds and Wolves reportedly after his signature.

The Reading ace possesses real pace, and loves to make penetrating runs in behind the opposition’s defence.

He would be an interesting addition for the Hammers. Obviously the risk would be low for David Moyes, considering Loader’s availability on a free.

But West Ham will have to beat Leeds and Wolves if they are to sign the pacy forward this summer.

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