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Report: Irons target set for £20m move

West Ham target Keane Lewis-Potter appears to be closing in on a £20 million move to Brentford.

The Daily Telegraph reports that Thomas Frank’s side are making a real push to sign the Hull City winger.

He has previously been linked with a move to the London Stadium, especially after the Irons signed Jarrod Bowen from the Championship club.

Lewis-Potter is an England U21 international and Brentford want more firepower in their squad; they had targeted a swoop for Brennan Johnson at Nottingham Forest, but he has signed a new contract.

Frank’s side have made a bid worth £16m initially plus £4m in add-ons that could take the move to £20m in total.

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Lewis-Potter is an England U21 international and there has been no sign of any kind of bid from the Hammers for Lewis-Potter.

They are instead focusing on a potential deal to sign Chelsea’s Armando Broja as David Moyes bids to strengthen his squad.

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5 comments on “Report: Irons target set for £20m move

  1. Brentford getting on with it, no nonsense. Spuds working on their fifth signing. All we get is ‘west ham are interested in…’ But here’s the thing, would Mr Moyes have any interest in an under 21 international?

  2. Can’t see why we aren’t signing this kid he is a straight replacement for Yarmolenko and we can sign Broja also, I would rather see this kid than Danjuma and he is half the price. Usual dithering, we won’t get Broja or any other primary targets if the board don’t up their game,

  3. Wonder who if anyone Mr Moyes is going to buy ?

    Moyes won’t play the youngsters we have got, I don’t know why with bother with an Academy when the Manager doesn’t like playing young Players, All we are doing is training them for other Clubs and get nothing out of it. Whilst paying through the nose for it.

  4. Yet another player West Ham just might be interested. How many does that make? Reality check. We are well into the transfer window and just one player has been added to the First team squad. At the end of the season we had a paper thin squad. It is now even thinner. I thought we had a team monitoring possible acquisitions and ready to strike when able. Clearly not. I fear a repeat of the debacle in January.

  5. Single transfer at a time. Even that seems too taxing.

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