West Ham could make a move to sign Norwich City attacker Todd Cantwell in January according to club insiders Claret and Hugh.
And Hammers boss David Moyes could bring the Canaries ace to the London Stadium for a bargain fee with his contract at Carrow Road set to expire in the summer.
The West Ham manager needs to bolster his attacking ranks in January.
The Hammers need to sign another centre-forward to provide cover for Michail Antonio and an attacking midfielder or a winger to help fill the void that Said Benrahma will leave behind when he heads of to AFCON with Algeria.
And it seems as though Moyes has his eye on someone to fulfil the latter role.
West Ham eyeing Todd Cantwell swoop
Claret and Hugh reckon that Moyes is targeting a bargain swoop to bring the 23-year-old to East London in January.
Cantwell could be available for around £10 million in January according to the Daily Star.
The 23-year-old can play on either wing or even in the number 10 position.
Cantwell bagged six goals and eight assists for Norwich in 34 games last term and chalked up seven goals and two assists in 40 games the season before (Transfermarkt).
The Norwich ace at his best:
The young Norwich ace is a very good player and he has a lot of potential.
The 23-year-old has been described as “an exceptional, exceptional player” by former Norwich striker Chris Sutton on BBC Radio 5 Live in June 2020
He possesses blistering pace and has impressive technique. £10 million actually seems like very good value for Cantwell.
We would be more than happy if Moyes brings him to the London Stadium in January.
And with Norwich destined for relegation, there’s every chance that we could prise him away from Carrow Road in January.