West Ham could try to sign Sheffield United striker Oli McBurnie this summer according to a report from Claret and Hugh.
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Hammers boss David Moyes needs to bolster his centre-forward ranks at the London Stadium this summer.
The East London outfit have been linked with around 30 strikers or even more since the January transfer window.
And now there is yet another name to add to the list!
Claret and Hugh claims that West Ham are chasing Sheffield United hitman Oli McBurnie.
The 24-year-old joined the Blades from Swansea City for around £20 million in the summer of 2019 (BBC).
The 17-capped Scotland international has struggled for goals during his time at Bramall Lane, however, with just seven to his name in 65 games (Transfermarkt).
West Ham should avoid Oli McBurnie move
The Hammers can do a lot better than the 24-year-old Sheffield United hitman.
David Moyes cannot get the striker signings wrong this summer.
The Scot needs to bring an established goalscorer to the London Stadium this summer. A marquee name would be nice.
The West Ham boss should be looking to add an experienced free agent or a loan signing as well.
Added to that, a young player with bundles of potential should be on Moyes’s radar – someone like Adam Hlozek of Abdallah Sima.
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There is no way that we should be looking to sign Oli McBurnie.
There are so many better options out there for us. And we think that signing the Sheffield United hitman this summer would be a very big mistake.