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Hugill switch on the cards

Jordan Hugill is being tipped for a Preston North End return.

Whilst there has been no contact with the club at this stage the Irons have admitted it would come as no surprise should the club come back in for the striker.

Having finished in sixth last season with six strikers managing just 27 goals between them it would come as no surprise were they to make a bid for the player they sold to us for £8 million

Having failed to make a first team Hammers appearance before moving to Middlesbrough on loan, the player is back at the Hammers but has no future.

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A club source told us on the phone: “There has been no contact from anyone but I can imagine why it’s being suggested.”

The Hammers are ready to cut their losses on the player and would sell for around £4 million on the only signing made in the David Moyes months.

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5 comments on “Hugill switch on the cards

  1. How on earth Sullivan allowed moyes this buy at that price is beyond comprehension! So glad at least gold wasnt allowed to get his way again after employing his mate grant and getting in moyes on a permanent deal. Maybe the penny has dropped at last as our top coach is allowed the freedom of his and the scouts top knowledge of players and their help with the costs of buying quality players and not wasting cash on unsellable and older players which has held us back over the years is the right way forward. Imo

  2. Moyes should have been deducted money for his ****ty purchase

  3. I wish Hugill success in his career – admittedly a strange buy – but to get some perspective we did get 6 million for Ashley Fletcher – so strikers are generally over priced. We will need to take a loss on this but the sooner he is sold and we can all get on with our lives the better

  4. Something very smelly about the original purchase. But then again, the club has been involved in some strange buys ever since the days of Harry Redknapp.

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