ExWHUemployee has claimed that David Moyes is very interested in bringing Eberechi Eze to West Ham this summer. And if the Scot does sign the QPR ace, Manuel Lanzini could be sold.

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The Hammers are in real trouble this season. They are currently sitting just outside the bottom three purely because of a superior goal difference to their relegation rivals.

So if Moyes is to have any chance of signing players like Eze this summer, West Ham undoubtedly need to retain their Premier League status.

And if the east London outfit do stay up, they will have a good chance of signing the 21-year-old QPR ace.

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Eberechi Eze (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)

Les Ferdinand told talkSPORT yesterday how the Hoops will have to sell Eze if their valuation is met.

And The Sun claims that the talented attacking midfielder could be signed for around £20 million.

West Ham insiders Claret and Hugh have suggested that Eze could be available for just £12 million, however.


Eze in Lanzini out?

According to ExWHUemployee, the Hammers want to sign the QPR youngster, and if he is brought to the London Stadium, Manuel Lanzini could be moved on:

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Eberechi Eze (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

“The club were impressed with Eze when they played QPR in the friendly. If we stay up in the Premier League we would like to sign him. There is strong interest in him. This would suggest that we might finally be ready to sack off Lanzini.” 

The Argentine – a previous Moyes favourite, has been awful this season.

Eze, meanwhile, has been in supreme form.

He has racked up 12 goals and eight assists in 38 Championship outings for QPR (Transfermarkt).

The English talent is powerful, energetic, dynamic and very skilful.

And if West Ham moved Lanzini on in order to bring the 21-year-old QPR ace to the London Stadium, the Hammers fans would surely be happy.

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