Declan Rice gives West Ham a very useful transfer option which stunned fans

Declan Rice and West Ham transfer links

This week’s story claims that a high-earning player at one club is “ready to quit” in January, and West Ham is thinking about trying to sign him.

Manager David Moyes’s future is a topic of much conjecture, since his contract is slated to expire at the end of the current Premier League season.

According to reports, Moyes is not expected to get a new contract offer from West Ham. But next month, the Hammers board is expected to try to help its head coach in the meantime by bringing in new players. Fabrizio Romano reports that the board and directors of West Ham will be “working” on winter transfer plans in January.

Reputable club insider ExWHUemployee claims that Tim Steidten’s main goal is to bring in a new striker. West Ham’s front line is obviously depleted as a result of Michail Antonio’s injury, and Gianluca Scamacca was not replaced by the team in the summer.

Because Moyes believes Danny Ings cannot lead West Ham to success this season, he has started Jarrod Bowen and Mohammed Kudus as fill-ins. Although there is debate over whether the squad needs a consistent goal scorer, both individuals have shown promise.

Serhou Guirassy of Stuttgart, Armando Broja of Chelsea, and Timo Werner of RB Leipzig are among Steinen’s main targets for strikers at West Ham. It’s possible, though, that they’ll also wish to support other crucial areas.

Even though Edson Alvarez and James Ward-Prowse were acquired in the previous transfer window, a new midfield player might be on the horizon. They have ties to Man City reject Kalvin Phillips.

West Ham United 'stand alone' £50m Kalvin Phillips transfer not ruled out

Phillips “ready to quit” as West Ham eye move

The England international has struggled at City as a result of both injuries and lost opportunities. Given that Rodri is one of the best defensive midfielders in the world and almost certain to start for Pep Guardiola, Phillips’ chances are very limited.

Several reports have suggested that he could leave Eastlands in January, possibly heading to West Ham.

According to Football Insider journalist Pete O’Rourke, Phillips is “ready to quit” City as West Ham looks to sign him. Prior to January, the Irons have also received interest from Juventus, Tottenham, and Newcastle to play.

Despite his recent fitness problems and restricted playing time, the £165,000-per-week midfielder (Salary Sport) is still a regular at the international level and may provide Moyes true quality.

Kalvin Phillips injury record since 2020 Games missed (via Transfermarkt)
Shoulder injury – 2022/2023 18
Hamstring injury – 2021/2022 16
Calf injury – 2020/2021 6
Shoulder injury – 2020/2021 7

The former captain of West Ham, Declan Rice, has called him the “best professional”.

He’s among the best pros I’ve ever seen, to be honest,” Rice said on talkSPORT.”When he comes back here, Kale always puts on a shirt and gives it his all. I’ve witnessed gamers who entirely discard their toys from the stroller when they’re not playing.”

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