Nottingham Forest ace Brennan Johnson has reportedly just been offered to West Ham United.
The Scot desperately needs to add something completely different to his attacking midfield ranks this summer.
I believe that Johnson would be the perfect summer signing for West Ham. It seems as though Moyes doesn’t agree with that notion though…
West Ham manager David Moyes has just made a truly baffling Brennan Johnson decision
Moyes has apparently just rejected the chance to sign the 22-year-old Wales international from Forest for £40 million.
Instead, it seems though Brentford could push ahead to sign him.
I have to say, I think Johnson would be perfect for us. Sure, £40 million sounds like a lot of money but I think he’ll go on to become an absolute star in the Premier League over the next couple of years.
Johnson is an incredibly exciting young talent. He is a number 10 by trade but he can also play on either wing. He was recently described as an exceptional talent by former Nottingham Forest boss Chris Hughton (FLW).
The attacking midfielder was in superb form for Forest last season with eight goals and three assists to his name in 38 Premier League games (Transfermarkt).
The Forest ace can play anywhere along the front-line, has impressive pace and outstanding technical ability. He really is a very special talent in my opinion.
I feel like Moyes might end up regretting not bringing Brennan Johnson to West Ham this summer.