West Ham transfer target ‘ready’ to join now and released midfielder wanted elsewhere

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All the latest West Ham United transfer news and rumours on Tuesday.

West Ham United’s recruitment has been spot on over recent years and they will be hoping their business this summer is no different.

The Hammers have European football to look forward to again next season and more additions are expected over the next few weeks.

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They have so far signed Morocco international defender Nayef Aguerd from Rennes and goalkeeper Alphonse Areola from PSG on a permanent basis.

In terms of outgoings, David Moyes’ side have trimmed down on their squad size a bit and have let the likes of Ryan Fredericks, Andriy Yarmolenko and David Martin leave, whilst Mark Noble has retired.

The London club finished 7th last term and will be eager for more of the same next time around.

They have been linked with a whole host of players over recent times and are patiently plotting their next additions.

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Here is a look at all the latest news regarding West Ham today....

Hamers set to win Lingard race

West Ham are set to win the race to sign Jesse Lingard this summer.

The England international is available on a free transfer following his departure from Manchester United.

The Daily Mail claim he is ‘ready’ to move back to the London Stadium now.

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Moving on from midfielder

Moyes’ men are plotting other targets after failing in a bid for Lille ace Amadou Onana.

He has caught the eye in France after moving there last year from German side Hamburg.

The Daily Mail suggest the Hammers are ‘considering’ other players in his position now.

Perkins attracting interest

West Ham have cut ties with youngster Sonny Perkins and he is not short of options right now.

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The midfielder made three first-team appearances last term and has a big decision on where to go next.

Sticking with the Daily Mail, they report that Leeds United, Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur are keen on snapping him up.

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