According to a report from the Standard, Queens Park Rangers ace Eberechi Eze is a top priority transfer target for David Moyes. And the Hammers boss will now press ahead with his plan to bring the 22-year-old to the London Stadium.
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Moyes will undoubtedly be keen to add an energetic, attack-minded midfielder to his ranks this summer. Manuel Lanzini has failed to cut the mustard this season whilst Pablo Fornals has gone off the boil recently.
The Standard claims that Eze is a top target for West Ham.
And what a signing the QPR starlet would be for the Hammers.
Eze has enjoyed an exceptional campaign with QPR this season.
The 22-year-old has racked up and impressive 14 goals and eight assists in 46 Championship outings for QPR (Transfermarkt). He has undoubtedly been one of the standout players in England’s second tier this term.
The London born ace has all of the basic ingredients needed to go on and become a real star in the Premier League.
Eze would undoubtedly be a real hit at the London Stadium. The West Ham fans would love his skill, desire and determination.
And the Standard claim that the Hammers could actually pick him up for less than QPR’s £20 million valuation.
The Daily Star actually claimed recently that he could be available for just £9 million at the end of this season because of the financial ramifications caused by the global health crisis.
In truth, however, even if the 22-year-old set West Ham back £20 million, it would be truly exceptional value for the east London outfit. Eze is clearly a future star in the making. And Hammers boss David Moyes must do everything he can to bring the youngster to east London this summer.