According to a report from Todo Fichajes, West Ham are interested in signing Wolves ace Dion Sanderson this summer.
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Hammers boss David Moyes will undoubtedly be keen to bolster his centre-back ranks this summer.
Issa Diop and Winston Reid have been heavily linked with an exit from the London Stadium.
Meanwhile, Angelo Ogbonna will be 32 tomorrow.
And Todo Fichajes claims that Wolves ace Dion Sanderson could be an option for West Ham this summer.
The 20-year-old centre-back left Wolves to join Cardiff on loan in January, but he has only made three appearances for the Bluebirds thus far.
In those three outings, Sanderson has won an average of 2.3 aerial duals. On average, the youngster has made 1.7 tackles, 2.7 interceptions and 2.7 clearances during those appearances (Who Scored).
He only made one senior outing for the Black Country outfit before leaving on loan, but he did really impress in 15 appearances for the club’s under-23 side.
Although Sanderson is a centre-back by trade, he has been playing as a right-back for Cardiff.
The 6ft 2in Wolves owned ace is a big and powerful defender. He has bundles of energy, and possesses all of the attributes needed to be a success in the modern-day game (Birmingham Mail).
The 20-year-old might be a great addition for West Ham, with one eye on the future.
Whether Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo will be prepared to sell him this summer, however, remains to be seen.