West Ham United reportedly want to sign Wolverhampton Wanderers left-back Ryan Giles in the summer transfer window.
Left-back is undoubtedly an area at the London Stadium where West Ham manager David Moyes needs to improve in the summer, and the Wolves star would be a very decent acquisition for us.
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The Hammers have to move Aaron Cresswell on at the end of the season – he’s nowhere near good enough to be playing Premier League football anymore.
Meanwhile, Emerson Palmieri has impressed of late, he will be 29 soon and there are question marks regarding whether he is capable of playing in a back four.
And it seems as though Moyes has someone in particular in mind…
West Ham eyeing Ryan Giles swoop
According to a report from The Mirror (print edition March 9th, page 56), the Hammers are likely to try and sign the left sided defender, if Wolves do indeed put him up for sale this summer.
I just feel like this one is a no-brainer, if Wolves are indeed prepared to move him on before the start of next season.
The 23-year-old Wolves left-back is currently on loan with Middlesbrough and has really impressed on Teesside, with 10 assists in 36 games so far (Transfermarkt).
He is a quick and powerful left-back who is a very good defender, but a massive threat going forward as well, as his assist record proves.
Wolves fan-site Molineux News describe Giles as ‘absolutely superb’.
Ryan Giles is exactly the type of left-back West Ham should be looking to sign in the summer transfer window.
He’s young, hungry and has a real point to prove. On top of all that, he’s a very good player as well and would be a huge upgrade on Aaron Cresswell.
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