Rival clubs in the race to sign Konstantinos Mavropanos believe that he’s set to join West Ham this summer.

According to Fabrizio Romano, West Ham are clear favourites to win the race for the signing of Stuttgart centre-back Konstantinos Mavropanos in the summer transfer window.

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The East London outfit have been closing in on a deal to sign the 25-year-old defender for around £17 million over the past few days.

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If we manage to sign the Greek ace this summer, he’ll be a hugely important addition for Hammers boss David Moyes.

And now it seems like the former Arsenal ace is closing in on a move to West Ham from Stuttgart…

Clubs believe there’s no point chasing Konstantinos Mavropanos as he’s set to join West Ham

Fabrizio Romano took to Twitter last night and suggested that the Hammers are now in pole position to sign the towering Greece international defender this summer.

The well-renowned Italian journalist tweeted:

I’ll be delighted if West Ham win the race to sign Konstantinos Mavropanos this summer. He’s absolutely perfectly built for the physical nature of Premier League football.

The Stuttgart centre-back stands at 6ft 4in tall, and is really dominant in the air. He’s a solid tackler too, and reads the game impressively well.

Mavropanos is an elite central defender and he’s at a great age now to move back to the Premier League.

I believe he’ll go on to be a superb addition for West Ham, especially for just £17 million.


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