West Ham may now have more of a chance of signing Oleksandr Zinchenko after Arsenal cooled their interest in the Manchester City ace.
That’s according to a report from The Athletic who claim that the 25-year-old Ukrainian is far from a priority for Arsenal at the moment.
And that might just leave the path clear for West Ham to swoop in.
Hammers boss David Moyes wants to bring Zinchenko to the London Stadium in the summer transfer window according to a report from The Mirror.
Arsenal’s interest in the Man City ace was obviously somewhat of a problem for the East London club. The Gunners have allegedly made a decision on the Ukrainian that should be great news for us though…
West Ham could now beat Arsenal to Zinchenko
The Athletic reckon that Gunners boss Mikel Arteta has cooled his interest in signing the Man City star.
The Hammers really do have to move full steam ahead now.
Zinchenko would be a truly incredible addition to Moyes’s ranks at the London Stadium.
The Man City ace has been described as ‘unplayable’ by TEAMtalk.
Zinchenko is excellent in possession and poses a real threat going forward but he is a very solid defender at the same time.
The technical ability of the 25-year-old is second to none and his winning mentality would really add something extra to the West Ham squad.
He is highly energetic and has proven for a sustained period of time that he is perfectly suited to the intense nature of Premier League football.
90min reckon that Manchester City want at least £30 million for the Ukraine international. In our view, that’s great value for the 25-year-old.
And perhaps, just perhaps, West Ham may now have a great chance of signing Zinchenko with Arsenal apparently having cooled their interest in him.