West Ham round-up: Four names linked, player made available & loanee wanted on permanent deal

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Round-up of some of the latest West Ham news and rumours

West Ham return to the action against Manchester United on Sunday afternoon. The Hammers make the trip to Old Trafford on the back of their win over Silkeborg in the Europa League last time out.

David Moyes’ side also won their last league game against AFC Bournemouth. Here is a look at some of the latest news coming out of the club....

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Attacking midfielder made available

West Ham are reportedly willing to sell Manuel Lanzini in the January transfer window. Football Insider claim that the London club will accept a fee of around £10million for his services. The Argentina international signed back in 2016 and has since made over 200 appearances in all competitions.

Targets emerge

The Hammers are said to be keen on versatile Ajax man Edson Alvarez and PSV midfielder Ibrahim Sangare. That’s according to 90min, who claim they are casting their eyes over the Eredivisie pair as they weigh up potential winter additions. Valencia’s Hugo Guillamon is another name that was mentioned in the report.

Championship man linked

West Ham have also been linked with Middlesbrough right wing-back Isaiah Jones. The 23-year-old has caught the eye in the Championship over the past couple of seasons. Football League World have reported that Moyes’ men are interested along with fellow Premier League side Crystal Palace.

Italian side want 2021 signing

Torino will apparently try and land Nikola Vlasic on a permanent deal. The Croatia international was shipped out on loan to the Serie A side over the summer after falling down the pecking order. Reporter Fabrizio Romano has said on Twitter that his loan side ‘hope to keep’ him and see him as a ‘key player’ for their project.

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