West Ham have been given a big boost in their hopes of signing Brentford ace Rico Henry with TEAMtalk reporting that the Bees are lining up a move for Nesta Guinness-Walker as the left-back’s successor.
Hammers boss David Moyes is keen to bring Henry to the London Stadium this summer, according to Claret and Hugh. And he apparently could be picked up for just £10 million.
West Ham desperately need to improve their left-back options before the transfer window closes.
Aaron Cresswell is clearly not good enough anymore. The 30-year-old is a real weak link in David Moyes’s side and will will suffer time and time again if he starts regularly for us this season.
Brentford ace Rico Henry would be a brilliant addition for the Hammers. And we have been given a massive boost with TEAMtalk claiming that the Bees are lining up a move for AFC Wimbledon ace Nesta Guinness-Walker as the 23-year-old’s successor.
This is the kind of news that should kick start David Moyes into action. We cannot afford to dither any more in the transfer market.
Every single club in and around us in the Premier League bar Burnley have considerably strengthened their ranks already this summer.
Signing Henry is an absolute must for West Ham this summer. And the Hammers owners have to make it happen sooner rather than later.