West Ham United reportedly want to sign Cody Drameh from Leeds United this summer.

According to a report from The Athletic, the 21-year-old Leeds defender is firmly on the radar of West Ham in the summer transfer window.

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The East London outfit were actually linked with a move to sign Drameh in the January transfer window.

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Hammers boss David Moyes will surely be on the look-out for a top-class right back this summer to provide more competition and cover for Vladimir Coufal, especially with Thilo Kehrer attracting attention from Bayern Munich.

And it seems as though Drameh could be the man for the job at the London Stadium…

West Ham now want to sign ‘outstanding’ English right-back Cody Drameh

The Athletic claim that the Hammers are one of multiple clubs chasing the 21-year-old right-back’s signature this summer.

I would take him all day long at West Ham.

Luton Today described him as ‘outstanding’ during his loan spell with the Hatters last season.

West Ham now want to sign 'outstanding' English right-back Cody Drameh
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He really impressed for Luton and played a key role in their promotion to the Premier League.

Drameh has raw pace in abundance, is technically very good indeed and is strong and tenacious in the tackle. He can play at left-back as well if need be.

He will be out of contract at Elland Road next year, so Leeds will surely be prepared to sell him for a reasonable fee this summer.

And if West Ham manage to sign Cody Drameh for a nominal fee, it will be great business from the club.


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