David Moyes could be looking to reunite Bournemouth’s wing wizards at West Ham United next season.
That’s if a new report from Sky Sports is to be believed.
West Ham have been linked with a move for free agent Ryan Fraser after he left Bournemouth at the end of June.
Moyes wants fellow Scot Fraser at West Ham
Moyes’s fellow Scot Fraser is said to be one of West Ham’s summer targets according to reliable insider ExWHUemployee.
The Mirror reported earlier this year that West Ham were looking to sign Fraser in the summer window.
The super quick playmaker being available on a free transfer will be a very attractive proposition for West Ham given the impact of the global health crisis on finances.
And it appears Moyes is keen to try and reunite Fraser with the Cherries’s Welsh wizard David Brooks.
Sky Sports claims West Ham are one of four clubs chasing Brooks, who has been a revelation during his time at Bournemouth.
Hammers looking to reunite Fraser with Welsh wizard Brooks?
The report says West Ham, Newcastle, Crystal Palace and Leicester are all keen on Brooks.
And Sky Sports claims the 23-year-old looks likely to leave Eddie Howe’s team following their relegation to the Championship.
Brooks fits the profile of player Moyes wants to bring to West Ham.
The Scot is planning to sell the likes of Felipe Anderson, Andriy Yarmolenko and Manuel Lanzini.
Sales may pave the way for West Ham to snare Brooks
And that would pave the way for a bid for Brooks, who cost Bournemouth £11.5m from Sheffield United.
The playmaker had a brilliant first campaign at Bournemouth scoring seven goals and providing five assists.
But a serious injury kept him out for most of the interrupted 2019/20 campaign.
The Hammers have also been linked with another Bournemouth player in the same report, striker Callum Wilson.
But with the south coast side wanting in excess of £20million that looks unlikely.
According to insiders Claret & Hugh Moyes must sell before he buys this window.