ACCORDING to various reports it appears that West Ham have been looking at a possible move to sign Manchester City ace Kyle Walker ahead of the summer transfer window.
Walker has fallen well down the pecking order under Pep Guardiola at the Etihad ,and could be allowed to leave the Premier League champions this summer, with Rico Lewis coming through the ranks.
Could West Ham really sign the 75-capped England international though?
Various media outlets suggest that the Hammers could swoop in for the former Sheffield United and Tottenham right-back, with his future at the Etihad uncertain.
Walker is one of the very best right-backs around. He has electrifying speed, incredibly strong in the tackle and contributes at both ends of the pitch.
The 32-year-old would obviously be a huge upgrade on Vladimir Coufal and Ben Johnson at West Ham, and without a doubt he would be a world class signing for us, but I fear if Walker did depart Manchester City he’ll most likely join a club with Champions League football on offer.
But, stranger things have happened.