West Ham could sign MK Dons defender Matthew Sorinola for absolutely nothing in the summer.
That’s according to MK Dons manager Russell Martin who told MK Citizen that the 20-year-old is no closer to signing a new deal at Stadium MK.
TEAMtalk claimed back in December that West Ham want to sign Matthew Sorinola.
The Hammers allegedly could face competition from West Brom, Newcastle and Leeds for his signature, however.
West Ham boss David Moyes may well be on the look-out for a new left-back/left wing-back this summer.
Arthur Masuaku has endured injury problems of late whilst Aaron Cresswell has just turned 31.
West Ham could sign Matthew Sorinola on a free transfer
MK Dons manager Russell Martin told the MK Citizen that the left-back has still not agreed terms on a new deal with the League One club.
If Sorinola doesn’t commit to fresh terms, he will be able to leave Stadium MK in the summer for nothing.
And the MK Dons starlet would be a useful addition for the Hammers.
The 20-year-old Lambeth-born ace is a left-back by trade but he can also operate at centre-back.
Matthew Sorinola has racked up two goals and two assists in 32 games for MK Dons (Transfermarkt). He seems to be a a really exciting young talent.
Young, cheap, talented and a high ceiling. Sorinola seems to be tailor made for David Moyes’ blueprint for success at the London Stadium.
And signing him on a free transfer in the summer seems like an absolute no brainier for West Ham.