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Nathan Ake has reportedly made decision about joining West Ham from Manchester City
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Nathan Ake has reportedly made decision about joining West Ham from Manchester City

Manchester City defender Nathan Ake is keen to join West Ham United in January according to a report from Eurosport.

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That is if Man City make it clear that they’re open to letting him leave the Etihad.

Hammers boss David Moyes is keen to bring the 26-year-old Dutchman to the London Stadium in January according to The Evening Standard.

Following long-term injuries to both Kurt Zouma and Angelo Ogbonna, strengthening at centre-back will be one of Moyes’s key priorities in January.

Manchester City ace Nathan Ake would be a very interesting option for the Hammers. There have been question marks as to whether the Holland international would have any interest in leaving the Etihad for West Ham.

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It seems as though that won’t be a problem though.

Manchester City ace Nathan Ake open to West Ham switch

That’s according to Eurosport who claims that the 26-year-old would be willing to join the Hammers if Man City make it clear that they are open to letting him leave.

Ake would be a great signing for the Hammers. He has a key attribute – the fact that he is left-footed.

Standing at just 5ft 11 in, the former Chelsea ace is far from dominant in the air but he is quick along the ground.

Ake is a very strong tackler and has impressive positional awareness.

The 26-year-old is a very good Premier League defender and crucially, he can play at left-back as well.

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That will be hugely attractive to Moyes considering the fact that cover for Aaron Cresswell at left-back is limited to say the least.

Ake is also a Premier League winner, and that kind of winning mentality could be crucial to West Ham as we strive for success both domestically and on the continent.

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If Moyes manages to bring Ake to the London Stadium on loan in January it really would be a very good piece of business. It would be even better if we get an option to buy clause included in the deal though.

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