West Ham should try a cheeky loan bid for Tottenham ace Ryan Sessegnon with Jose Mourinho closing in on a deal to sign Real Madrid ace Sergio Reguilon (Sky Sports).

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Hammers boss David Moyes desperately needs to sign a new left-back or left wing-back this summer.

Aaron Cresswell has regressed badly over the past 12 months and West Ham will really suffer this season, if the 30-year-old is our first choice left-back.

And with that in mind, Moyes should attempt to bring Spurs ace Ryan Sessegnon to the London Stadium on loan.

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Ryan Sessegnon (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

The Telegraph reported recently that Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho is willing to let the 20-year-old leave the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on loan this summer.

Now, Spurs never like to do business with the Hammers. But considering Sky Sports’ report claiming that the north London club are closing in on a deal to sign Sergio Reguilon, they may be more open to allowing Sessegnon to join the east Londoners on loan.

 

Outstanding talent

Things haven’t quite worked out for the 20-year-old since he made his £25 million move to Spurs from Fulham last summer.

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Ryan Sessegnon (Photo by Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images)

And a loan move away from Tottenham might be just what he needs to breath fire back into his career.

He really is a special talent, and a temporary move to West Ham may prove appealing to him, considering the fact that he wouldn’t have to move from where he is currently living.

Sessegnon would also be guaranteed to play regularly for the Hammers. And that would be beneficial for him, Tottenham and of course, West Ham.

The 20-year-old would be such a great option for us. He can play left-back, left wing-back or left wing. Sure, Spurs might not want to deal with us.

But what’s the harm in trying right?

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