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West Ham United have  officially entered the fray for Leeds United winger Crysencio Summerville, according to The Sun. The 22-year-old Dutchman has set the Championship alight, earning him the league’s Player of the Year award after a spectacular season with 21 goals and 10 assists.

Summerville’s dazzling performances in the Championship haven’t gone unnoticed. Premier League clubs West Ham, Chelsea, and Brighton are all reportedly interested in acquiring his talents. West Ham fans are quite rightly buzzing with the prospect of Summerville adding firepower to their attack.

Leeds value Summerville anywhere between £30 million and £40 million. However, their failure to secure promotion back to the Premier League might force them to lower their asking price. The club’s financial situation necessitates player sales, and Summerville, along with youngster Archie Gray, are reportedly on the transfer market

West Ham manager Julen Lopetegui needs reinforcements on the left wing. The January departure of fan favourite Pablo Fornals and a potential permanent exit for Said Benrahma leave a significant void to fill.

Summerville, a natural left-winger, possesses all the qualities West Ham craves. His attacking prowess aligns perfectly with our need for a dynamic left-sided threat.

West Ham face stiff competition from established Premier League sides. Securing Summerville’s signature will depend on Leeds’ financial flexibility and the transfer fee negotiations. If West Ham can strike a favourable deal, Summerville could be a game-changer, addressing a crucial weakness in our squad.

Go get him Mr Steidten!

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