Romano spills the beans on Hammers target


Hammers target Solanke confirmed by Romano

Renowned journalist and transfer insider Fabrizio Romano has shed light on West Ham’s interest in AFC Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke.

While Claret & Hugh had previously reported on the Hammers’ interest in the striker, Romano discussed West Ham’s admiration for the former Liverpool player in a recent podcast. Romano also touched on West Ham striker Danny Ings, but his comments left more questions than answers.

“Following rumours that Bournemouth’s Dominic Solanke could replace Danny Ings at the London Stadium, I can say that Solanke is appreciated by the London club. He’s one of the players they like, but no decision has been made yet as it is still early. I have limited information about the future of Ings,” Romano remarked.

Solanke may be of interest to West Ham

Hammers target Solanke may be an Antonio replacement for West Ham

The upcoming weeks will unveil West Ham’s January transfer targets, and it appears that Solanke is indeed an option for Moyes. The Hammers manager has long been an admirer of Solanke, but speculation persists about who holds the authority in sanctioning player transfers at West Ham. Director of football Tim Steidten is believed to have full control over player recruitment.

Solanke has shown decent form this season, particularly impressing when West Ham and Bournemouth faced each other earlier in the season.

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