West Ham have real problems in the right-back position, and Liverpool ace Nathaniel Clyne could be the ideal solution.

Pablo Zabaleta is set to leave the London Stadium in the summer. And the jury is still out on Ryan Fredericks.

The former Fulham man has flattered to deceive this season, and the Hammers fans are demanding much more from him.

Right-back really is a position where West Ham should be looking to bolster, and Liverpool’s Clyne would be a great option.

Liverpool Training & Press Conference

Nathaniel Clyne (Photo by Andrew Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

The Reds signed the 28-year-old from Southampton in the summer of 2015, for a fee believed to be worth £12.5 million, according to BBC Sport.

The London-born full-back has struggled for first-team opportunities at Anfield since Trent Alexander-Arnold’s emergence, however.


And according to Goal, Liverpool are prepared to sell Clyne for around £15 million.

In today’s day and age, that would represent excellent value for money for West Ham.

Liverpool Pre-Season Training Session

Nathaniel Clyne (Photo by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

Clyne is a top class defender. He possesses blistering pace, and offers just as much going forward as he does defensively.

He would provide stiff competition for Fredericks and would offer the Hammers an entirely different facet to their play down the right hand side.

And bringing him to the London Stadium in January seems like an absolute no-brainer for West Ham. Especially for the reported fee of just £15 million.

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