Nottingham Forest’s Matty Cash is again being strongly linked with the Hammers after the Championship club’s play-off hopes fell apart in dramatic fashion at the end of the season.
And with the Telegraph claiming that Sheffield United have seen a £10 million bid rejected it’s becoming clear that the 22 year old right back is becoming a wanted man by Premier League clubs with Southampton also linked.
The Hammers reportedly had a £15 million bid rejected last season with Forest wanting £20 million and it seems that despite the pandemic not much has changed at the City Ground where the management are still looking for top dollar.
And realistically, with other PL clubs obviously interested in the right back, Forest are in a strong position to force the highest possible price.
Meanwhile, Cash will have been left dejected that having made 42 appearances scoring three goals and registering five assists, that wasn’t enough to secure play-off football and would be keen on a move.
Moyes, however, is being linked with a number of full backs at the moment along with central defenders and there is no official word on Cash at this stage.