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Sun journalist claims David Moyes is willing to entertain swap deal for £20m ace
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Sun journalist claims David Moyes is willing to entertain swap deal for £20m ace

According to Sun journalist Alan Nixon, West Ham boss David Moyes is willing to conduct some kind of swap deal in order to bring Queens Park Rangers ace Eberechi Eze to the London Stadium this summer.

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Moyes will be keen to bolster his attacking midfield ranks this summer.

The Hammers could sell the likes of Felipe Anderson and Manuel Lanzini this summer, according to ExWHUemployee.

And Eze really would be the ideal addition for West Ham.

Eberechi Eze in action (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

West London Sport claims that QPR want around £20 million for the attacking midfielder, however. And with Moyes needing to sell before he can buy, that fee could represent a problem for the east London outfit.

West Ham insiders Claret and Hugh claimed last month that Moyes could offer Jordan Hugill to the west London club as part of a deal to bring Eze to the London Stadium.

Eberechi Eze (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

The 28-year-old spent last season on loan with the Hoops, so some kind of swap deal plus cash certainly seems to make sense.

And Sun journalist Alan Nixon has claimed that Moyes is open to that kind of transfer:


The 22-year-old has racked up 13 goals and eight assists in 45 Championship outings for QPR (Transfermarkt).

In those outings, Eze has averaged 2.2 shots, 1.8 key passes and three dribbles per game (Who Scored).

The QPR ace is powerful, dynamic and energetic. He possesses all of the attributes needed to succeed at the very highest level of the game.

Eze would undoubtedly be a real hit in east London. Let’s just hope that the West Ham owners are prepared to offer enough cash in addition to Hugill to tempt QPR into letting their prized asset leave the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.