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Report: Hammers have solid relationship with target’s club

West Ham have a solid relationship with Arnaut Danjuma’s club Villarreal, according to a new report in Spain.

We have reported that David Moyes is unsure over the potential of a deal for the winger but he is on the club’s shortlist as a potential addition to the forward line.

Danjuma can play on the wing and up front and it remains to be seen if the Irons will formalise their interest with an official bid.

As per Marca, the forward will not be allowed to leave the club for anything less than €40m, which equates to £34.4m.

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And the Hammers could have something of an ace up their sleeve after forging a relationship with the Spanish club when they signed Pablo Fornals three years ago.

The Irons have recently signed Nayef Aguerd from Rennes and are now focusing on the permanent transfer of Alphonse Areola from PSG, which should be announced this week.

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7 comments on “Report: Hammers have solid relationship with target’s club

  1. Why are the Club focusing on one transfer at a time ? Why can’t they negotiate all the contracts they need in one go ? Surely, we have enough Recruitment staff.

  2. Pessimist, why is every post from you direct criticism of the manager, the recruitment staff or the club in general?
    Please tell us how you would negotiate all the contracts you need in one go. Every contract has to be negotiated individually because each is with a different club, for a different player, with a different set of negotiators. There’s no time limit on negotiations so all will be of different time spans. What you propose is entirely unfeasible and impractical. In fact it’s just another semi concealed criticism of all our negotiating staff.

    • Having worked in Contracts for a major company in my time, we made sure we had sufficient staff and got our fingers out. Like almost every other Premier League club does by. CRITICISM of the recruitment staff I I would say disgust. would be a better description. When the going gets tough, they fail.

      • No matter how many staff you have, every negotiation is a completely individual entity, with infinite variations. Some quite simple, others very complex, therefore there are never any guarantees as to the length of negotiations. To choreograph all dealings to be completed simultaneously is an impossibility.

  3. Pessimist go on a long holiday. When you come back all would appear to have been done in one go!!!

  4. One thing we shouldn’t do is put our eggs in one basket. We don’t want to wait to the last minute & Chelsea say no . We need a striker and don’t want to miss out on other targets !

  5. This does seem a strange one.
    Had a reasonable season in a relegated Bournemouth.
    Young and full of potential yet no one came in for him from PL.
    I think he’s better than Sarr or Dennis at Watford. Better than both together tbh.

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