According to a report from the Star, Sheffield United will listen to offers for alleged West Ham target John Lundstram in January. And Hammers insider ExWHUemployee has added fuel to the fire by hinting that David Moyes could make a move for the Blades ace.
The 26-year-old midfielder is a very hard worker. And considering our lack of strength in depth in the middle of the park, he would surely be a wise January addition for David Moyes.
The Sheffield United man would certainly provide adequate competition for Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek.
Some West Ham fans reckon Moyes should definitely look to bring Lundstram to the London Stadium this summer…
Would be very good midfield cover
— WestHamFan (@westhamfan__) October 28, 2020
Would be very happy with this signing.
— #GSBOUT IRONSMANJP (@JP09885957) October 28, 2020
would absolutely love this.
— Stephen George Lott (@stephenlott) October 29, 2020
Would take him as a back up https://t.co/LqKDhrNmCZ
— West Ham Transfers (@westhamtransfer) October 28, 2020
Good! He is good rotation for rice and souceke
— Thomas (@Thomas97019501) October 28, 2020
Makes a tone of sense. A tone. So won’t happen.
— Neil Fitzgerald #GBSOUT (@NeilFitzUk) October 28, 2020
Agree. Should fit into our system well as Sheffield also play 5 at the back.
— ⚒ #GSBOUT (@oliverrrwhu) October 28, 2020
Would 100% take him
— Drew Simmonds (@simmondsdrew) October 28, 2020
Lundstram joined Sheffield United in the summer of 2017 from Oxford United. And he has gone on to be a real hit for Chris Wilder at Bramall Lane.
The 26-year-old played a key role for the Blades last season, racking up five goals and three assists in 34 Premier League games (Transfermarkt).
Lundstram has played all six games for Sheffield United this term, and has put in a real shift each and every time.
He is an incredibly hard working midfielder, and would fit right in at West Ham.
His potential availability for a bargain fee makes a move to sign him an absolute no brainer for West Ham.
Whether the club’s owners will see it that way, however, remains to be seen.