Reid’s international team mate in Hammers frame


Chris-Wood-719827West Ham has reportedly reignited interested in signing Winston Reid’s International team mate Chris Wood, according to The Hammers were linked with the Leeds striker back in January.

The 25-year-old has gone on to score 25 goals in the Championship this season, making him the league’s top scorer, and his form has once again interested the Hammers. Calciomercato say that Everton, Sunderland, Crystal Palace, Burnley and West Ham could all make bids, with the player valued by Leeds around £15million.

In January West Ham decided against a bid for Brentford’s Scott Hogan who was eventually snapped up by Aston Villa for £12m

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  • eriko says:

    How many goals from penalties?
    How many goals just tapped in?

    Goal getter yes clearly, but this guy is benefitting from a team creating loads of chances.

    Our problem this season has been just that, clear cut chances, and providing good delivery to our main striker. He wouldn’t had many goals in claret and blue the way we’ve played.

  • West Ham Fan No 32 says:

    If he isn’t too expensive maybe worth a punt, he should be available more often than Carroll, loan out Fletcher to them who they are keen on.

  • ironswatch says:

    offer Carroll and Valencia for him lol

  • sleepswithdafishes says:

    £15 mil for him is worth a shot.
    Although he is 6 foot 3 he is very mobile, and seems to control the ball well. He looks a natural goal scorer and his record shows that in the last few years.
    I suppose we’ve wachted him and should know more about his game.

  • Max Willow says:

    A ‘fox-in-the-box striker’, who is good in the air, and seems to remain non-injured, and still only 25. He could take a couple of tutorials from Antonio, and bloody hell..

  • vor says:

    Scott Hogan, we swerved a bullet there – 5 appearances and 1 goal for WBA

  • winslow says:

    Can we have Leed’s manager as well?

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