West Ham have reportedly been offered the chance to sign Gini Wijnaldum on loan from PSG in January.
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And some Hammers fans have taken to Twitter in reaction to the speculation.
90 Min recently claimed that the East London outfit have been offered the chance to sign the 31-year-old PSG ace on loan in the January transfer window.
Signing a central midfielder will be well down on the priority list of David Moyes.
The Scot needs to sign a top-class centre-forward and an established centre-half next month. Those two positions are in urgent need of strengthening.
Having said all of that, you can never have too many good players. And Wijnaldum is certainly one of those.
The 85-capped Holland international was truly world-class for Liverpool during the 2018/19 campaign and helped the Reds win the Champions League. He was brilliant once again the following season and played a key role for Liverpool during their Premier League winning campaign.
However, he left Anfield for PSG on a free transfer in the summer.
Wijnaldum is struggling for regular football under Mauricio Pochettino at the Parc des Princes, however. And that is why Paris Saint-Germain are trying to loan him out.
We think the Dutchman would be a fantastic addition for West Ham.
The former Liverpool midfielder possesses exceptional technical ability and he would offer David Moyes a completely different option in the middle of the park.
West Ham fans react to links with PSG ace Gini Wijnaldum
PSG star Wijnaldum would take our play to another level. That surely goes without saying.
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