Gary Cahill is now an option for West Ham according to ExWHUemployee.
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The 35-year-old who won the Champions League with Chelsea in 2012 was recently released by Crystal Palace.
Hammers boss David Moyes has been searching far and wide for a top-class centre-back this summer.
Kurt Zouma and Nikola Milenkovic are West Ham’s two top targets (ExWHUemployee).
Our hopes of signing Zouma now seem to be all but over.
Whilst a deal for Milenkovic is still on the table, we may well now be on the look-out for alternate targets.
Gary Cahill an option for West Ham
ExWHUemployee claims that the veteran centre-half is on the Hammers’ radar.
That’s because deals for Moyes’s top targets are proving difficult to get over the line.
Cahill isn’t a bad defender at all. In fact, in his day he was top class. But seriously, come on. He’s 35 now.
And there is a reason why Palace would have released him.
Surely West Ham should be setting their sets higher in the transfer window this summer.
Cahill is available on a free transfer so it’s easy to see why the Hammers may be interested in acquiring his services.
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Moyes quite simply must try and bring Milenkovic to the London Stadium this summer though. And if that’s not possible, Duje Caleta-Car would be a good option.
Gary Cahill should be at the very bottom of the list. We all know that David Sullivan probably sees that very differently, however.