According to a report from the Times, Norwich have made a £3 million bid for West Ham striker Jordan Hugill.

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Hammers boss David Moyes needs to sell before he can buy this summer. So the idea of moving Hugill on seems to make sense.

The Times reckon Norwich have submitted a £3 million bid for the 28-year-old – but that offer falls well short of West Ham’s valuation of the striker.

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Jordan Hugill (Photo by Mark Fletcher/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

ExWHUemployee has claimed that the Hammers would prefer to include Hugill in a deal to sign QPR ace Eberechi Eze, however, rather than sell him to the Canaries.


The 28-year-old joined West Ham from Preston in January 2018 for around £8m (Evening Standard).


He failed to establish himself at the London Stadium, however. In truth, he wasn’t really given a fair enough chance to prove himself. Hugill played just three games for West Ham, and he failed to score a single goal for the club.

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Jordan Hugill (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)

The former Preston man enjoyed a decent loan spell with QPR last season, however, with 13 goals in 39 games to his name for the west London outfit (Who Scored).

He clearly doesn’t have a future at West Ham. All that remains to be seen is how much the Hammers actually get for the 28-year-old this summer.

Hugill clearly has a lot to offer at Championship level, but unfortunately for him, he’s just not cut out for the Premier League.

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