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West Ham eye up summer swoop for £1 million-rated Paddy Lane

West Ham United have allegedly joined the race to sign talented Fleetwood Town attacker Paddy Lane this summer.

That’s according to a report from The Mirror (print edition June 27th, page 51) who claim that the Hammers face competition from Cardiff City and Hearts for the 21-year-old winger this summer.

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David Moyes has made a habit out of signing some of the best young players in the game since returning to the London Stadium for his second spell in charge in December 2019.

Last summer, the Scot made a whole host of additions for the under-23 squad including the likes of Armstrong Okoflex, Levi Laing, Thierry Nevers and Pierre Ekwah Elimby.

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And it seems as though Moyes is ready to add yet another talented youngster to his ranks at West Ham…

West Ham eyeing Paddy Lane deal

The 21-year-old is firmly on the Hammers’ radar in this summer transfer window according to a report from The Mirror (print edition June 27th, page 51).

Cardiff and Hearts allegedly want to sign the Northern Ireland international as well.

The Fleetwood Town ace is an attacking midfielder by trade and can play on either wing as well.

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He was in fine form in League One last season, bagging five goals and eight assists in 37 games for Fleetwood (Who Scored).

The 21-year-old has bags of talent, pace, power and potential.

He would be a smart addition for the Hammers, especially for just £1 million.

And if West Ham boss David Moyes brings Paddy Lane to the London Stadium with one eye on the future, we will be more than happy.

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