West Ham will allegedly try to bring Paris Saint-Germain ace Gini Wijnaldum back to the Premier League in the summer.
Hammers manager David Moyes has a lot of work to do in the transfer market in the summer.
The Scot will be prioritising the additions of a top-class centre-forward, an elite centre-back and a quality left-back.
It could be argued that West Ham will need to sign an established central midfielder as well with Mark Noble set to hang up his boots and Alex Kral highly likely to be sent back to Spartak Moscow after failing to impress at the London Stadium.
Moyes needs to bring a proven midfielder to the club – someone who can provide proper competition and cover for Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek.
And is seems as though the Hammers boss has a really exciting plan in mind…
West Ham eyeing Paris Saint-Germain ace Wijnaldum ahead of the summer transfer window
According to a report from Calciomercato, the 31-year-old Dutchman is on the Hammers’ radar although we could face competition from Aston Villa and Newcastle United for his signature.
Wijnladum left Liverpool to link up with Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer in the summer of 2021.
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.
The experienced midfielder has struggled to make any kind of impact at PSG, however, and has struggled for regular football under Mauricio Pochettino at the Parc des Princes, however.
So an exit from Paris could well be on the cards for the Dutchman in the summer. And we think he would be a superb 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.
Wijnaldum will still have two years remaining on his current contract with PSG by the time the summer rolls around.
Quite how much the French giants will demand for the 31-year-old remains to be seen. West Ham should definitely push the boat out to bring him back to the Premier League though. He is exactly the kind of signing we need if we are to make the jump up to the next level.