According to a report from Claret and Hugh, West Ham are keen to sell Jordan Hugill permanently this summer.
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The 27-year-old joined the Hammers from Preston North End in January 2018 for around £10 million, according to Football.London. He was brought to the London Stadium by current West Ham boss David Moyes, during the Scot’s first reign in charge of the club.
He failed to establish himself at the London Stadium, however. In truth, he wasn’t really given a fair enough chance to prove himself. Hugill played just three games for West Ham, and he failed to score a single goal for the club.
Hugill hasn’t played for West Ham for two years
The striker was sent out on loan to Middlesbrough during the 2018/19 campaign, and he experienced similar problems on Teesside.
The 27-year-old has really found his feet this term, however. He joined QPR on loan from West Ham at the start of the season, and he has scored 13 goals in 36 games for the west London outfit (Transfermarkt).
Hugill is under contract with the Hammers until the summer of 2022.
And Claret and Hugh claims that West Ham now want shot of the striker permanently.
There probably won’t be too many Hammers fans who would be disappointed to see the back of the former Preston hitman.
It remains to be seen how much cash the east London outfit will be able to raise by selling Hugill, however.