West Ham will be able to sign Nat Phillips from Liverpool in the January transfer window according to reports.

There is one non-negotiable though. The Sun claims that Liverpool will only sell him on a permanent basis rather loan him out and his price-tag stands at £10 million.

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Hammers boss David Moyes is well-known to be on the look-out for a top-class centre-half following the long-term injuries sustained by Angelo Ogbonna and Kurt Zouma.

Quite who the Scot will bring to the London Stadium remains to be seen though.

Liverpool ace Nat Phillips would be a very smart January transfer window addition.

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Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is allegedly ready to let the 24-year-old defender leave Anfield. And he could be London Stadium bound.

Liverpool tell West Ham Nat Phillips price

According to a report from The Sun, the Merseyside outfit are prepared to sell the towering centre-half for £10 million in January.

That seems like very good value for West Ham.

Signing the Liverpool man for that kind of fee seems like an absolute no-brainer for the Hammers.

The 24-year-old dominated the West Ham attack both times we played Liverpool last season.

So Moyes and the Hammers fans will know all about the Reds defender.

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Standing at 6ft 3in tall, Phillips is dominant in the air. He is a tenacious tackler and his playing style is a real throwback to years gone by.

He has been described as a dominant defender by Liverpool’s own website.

The Liverpool man would suit West Ham down to the ground.

The Hammers have a big decision to make though. Phillips is currently out injured and isn’t expected to be back in action until next month (The Evening Standard).

Moyes really needs a central defender to come into the London Stadium and hit the ground running in January.

Phillips is a top-class central defender. Whether he’s the man for the job at West Ham is another matter though.

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Perhaps the Hammers would be better served by signing a player who is 100 per cent fit.

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