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Huge boost for West Ham as key David Moyes target Oleksandr Zinchenko is reportedly given transfer green light by Manchester City

West Ham United target Oleksandr Zinchenko has allegedly been told that he is free to leave Manchester City this summer.

That’s according to a report from The Times who claim that Man City have told the 25-year-old that he can leave The Etihad, if he so wishes, before the start of next season.

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Hammers boss David Moyes wants to bring Zinchenko to the London Stadium this summer according to club insiders Claret and Hugh.

The Scot is keen to upgrade his left-back department with Aaron Cresswell having regressed recently, certainly from a defensive perspective.

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Zinchenko would be an incredible addition for West Ham this summer.

And it now seems like David Moyes could have the opportunity to bring him to East London…

Zinchenko told he can leave Manchester City

The Times reckon that Pep Guardiola has given the Ukraine international his blessing to leave The Etihad in the summer transfer window.

And West Ham should not hesitate to swoop in for the 25-year-old star.

The Ukraine international is a real talent. He has been described by Pep Guardiola as ‘absolutely brilliant’.

He possesses unbelievable technique for a left-back and that’s no surprise given the fact that he began his career as a winger.

Zinchenko is excellent in possession and poses a real threat going forward but he is a very solid defender at the same time.

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The Man City ace can also play in central midfield and that will undoubtedly appeal to West Ham manager David Moyes.

The Hammers face one huge problem though. Zinchenko is valued at around £40 million by City (Claret and Hugh).

Manchester City star Zinchenko would take West Ham to a new level entirely. That isn’t debatable.

Whether the Hammers owners are prepared to pay anything like £40 million to bring him to the London Stadium, however, is highly doubtful.

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