West Ham: Irons could sign extraordinary £32m star to elevate Alvarez

Could the Declan Rice money have been spent any better?

At the beginning of the transfer window, West Ham United’s task of replacing Declan Rice looked impossible.


How could another athlete match his dependability, loyalty, and rapport with the crowd?

However, the Hammers’ management did a fantastic job of bringing in the new era of the team’s midfield.

In the offensive unit, Mohammed Kudus has been added, James Ward-Prowse will play a box-to-box position, and Edson Alvarez will take on the more traditional Rice responsibilities by strictly sitting in front of the defense.

The 2023 Europa Conference League champions, though, are still aiming to strengthen his position.

What’s the latest West Ham transfer news?

Late last week, Football Inside reported that West Ham have joined Nottingham Forest in the competition to sign Ibrahim Sangare from PSV Eindhoven, who has a £32 million release clause in his contract.

Forest had been the front-runner for the midfielder’s services, but they decided not to exercise the release clause and instead proposed to sign him to a season-long loan with a £21.3 million buyout clause.

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West Ham United wants to have a successful conclusion to the summer transfer period.

The Hammers have made a number of notable signings this month after a slow start.

James Ward-Prowse, Konstantinos Mavropanos, Edson Alvarez, and Mohammed Kudus have all joined.

Hugo Ekitike and Yuri Alberto are two names that are still making the rounds in the West Ham rumor mill.

A new report on X has been given by Sky Sports journalist Dharmesh Sheth on the latter player.

He stated that the 21-year-old striker is the subject of current negotiations between the Hammers and Paris Saint-Germain.

Apparently, both a permanent transfer and a loan are being discussed between West Ham and PSG.

According to earlier rumors, PSG wants about €35 million (£30 million) for Ekitike.

Amazing how much can change in a few of weeks.

When Declan Rice left West Ham for Arsenal a month ago, they still hadn’t made a single acquisition for the summer.

The Hammers have opened the Premier League season with two victories and a tie since bringing in some elite players.

Now, West Ham appears certain to make at least one more acquisition. They would acquire “one of Europe’s most highly-rated young players” if Ekitike joined.

The Frenchman might become one of the best players at the London Stadium as he continues to improve.

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