Wolves reportedly want to sign another player from West Ham United this summer.

West Ham left-back Aaron Cresswell has been extensively linked with a move to Wolves from the London Stadium over the past month or so.

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The 33-year-old is still a West Ham player, but it seems as though Hammers boss David Moyes could lose someone else to the Black Country outfit in the summer transfer window.

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West Ham’s transfer window has been pretty shambolic so far, with Declan Rice, Manuel Lanzini and Gianluca Scamacca having all left.

We do appear to be closing in on the signing of Edson Alvarez from Ajax, but there may well be further exits as well…

Wolves want to sign another player from West Ham United this summer

It was only earlier today when news emerged that Cresswell’s proposed move to Wolves had collapsed.

However, it now seems like the Premier League club are preparing to go back in for another Hammer.

According to TEAMtalk, Wolves want to sign West Ham forward Michail Antonio this summer.

Wolves want to sign another player from West Ham United this summer
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As far as I’m concerned, Antonio can leave. The 33-year-old has been a great servant for us over the past eight years, but he’s regressed over the past 12 months.

And a move to Molineux for the former Nottingham Forest man would probably be the ideal outcome for all parties concerned this summer.

The key here will be for Moyes to bring in a proper replacement for Antonio before we let him leave to join Wolves.

Wolves want to sign another West Ham player this summer in the form of Antonio and hopefully this time it will go through without any problems.


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