Report: David Moyes tells West Ham three players he wants them to sign, after rejecting Danjuma
David Moyes has approved three West Ham United summer signings; Keane Lewis-Potter, Armando Broja and Jesse Lingard.
90Min reports that Moyes has backed away from a move for Villarreal winger Arnaut Danjuma.
It had been reported this week that West Ham were growing in confidence of signing the wideman but as it stands, that deal will not be happening.
And Moyes has now underlined three forwards he would be happier for the club to sign to bolster their attacking options.
Moyes approves three West Ham signings
There were apparently concerns among the Hammers’ management staff over whether Danjuma is the right fit for their club.
Lingard is available on a free transfer after his Manchester United contract came to an end and Moyes is pushing for the club hierarchy to get that deal over the line.
It does not seem that Newcastle will battle West Ham for Lingard, having been keen in the January window but backing away from the deal due to the finances involved.
It seems plausible that West Ham could sign Lingard on a free transfer and get one of the other targets Moyes has approved for a transfer fee.
Broja will spark interest from across the Premier League, with Newcastle and Leeds among the clubs said to be keen if Chelsea do sell.
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