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Hammers set to lose out in striker race

West Ham are being reported as likely to lose out in race for non-League striker Jayden Wareham.

The 17 year old has notched two goals in 14 appearance for National League relegation strugglers Woking.

And The Telegraph – who have good links with the Hammers boardroom – claim the  teenager could be in line for a dream move. Jayden Wareham, 17, could completete a dream transfer from non-League to Premier League with Chelsea in pole position

It’ also believed that Leiester City and Southampton may be eyeing the youngster who despite the position his current club’ lowly position has caught the eye of non league fans

But according to the Telegraph it appears the Blues are in front as their Cobham training ground just a 25-minute drive from the Cardinals’ ground in Woking.

And as per the Transfermarkt website, Wareham has already turned out three times for Chelsea Under-18s in the Premier League 2 in recent weeks.

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One comment on “Hammers set to lose out in striker race

  1. Not really losing out. In this sport everyone’s a winner.

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