West Ham transfer target to ‘listen’ to other offers with Denmark international now on radar

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

West Ham United are in pre-season friendly action this Friday against Swiss Super League side Servette.

The Hammers have an opportunity to give their players a run out in preparation for the new season.

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They then have clashes against the likes of Boreham Wood, Ipswich Town, Reading, Luton Town, Rangers and Lens.

David Moyes’ side have a tough first game of the Premier League campaign against champions Manchester City but in the meantime will be eager to add more signings to their squad.

Here is a look at all the latest news and rumours coming out of the club...

New deal for Fabianski

West Ham have tied up a new deal for goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.

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The Polish stopper has been a great servant to the club over the past few years and has been rewarded with an extension.

He is now under contract until the summer of 2023, with the option for a further year, as announced by the official club website.

Denmark international linked

The Hammers are being linked with a move for defender Joakim Mæhle from Atalanta.

He joined the Italian side back in January 2021 and has since been a key player for them in Serie A.

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However, the right-back is now reported to be on Moyes’ radar according to a report by Corriere Bergamo.

Lingard attracting MLS interest

It is no secret that West Ham want to re-sign Jesse Lingard following his departure from Manchester United.

The England international was a hit during his loan spell at the London Stadium during the campaign before last.

ESPN claim he is wanted in the MLS though and is set to travel over to America to ‘listen’ to what the interested parties have to say.

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