West Ham remain keen on snapping up Cliftonville winger Sean Moore. The promising youngster is being targeted by a whole host of clubs at the moment.
The Hammers are ‘still hopeful’ of winning the race for his signature, according to the Belfast Telegraph. The report adds that a deal could be worth up to £200,000 but there are around 20 clubs keen on him.
The same source reported on deadline day that David Moyes’ side had submitted a ‘bid’ for the prospect. However, the likes of Newcastle United, Everton, Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion were also credited with an interest.
Moore, who is 17-years-old has been on the books of Cliftonville for his whole career to date and has risen up through their academy. West Ham could see him as an ideal long-term addition as they keep one eye on the future.
The Northern Ireland U18 international has made 22 appearances for their senior team in all competitions to date and has chipped in with two goals and three assists.
In other news, West Ham’s Manuel Lanzini could head out the exit door this summer. As detailed in a report by Football London, a departure may well be ‘on the cards’ for the attacking midfielder.