West Ham United ‘keen on signing’ Manchester United trio Harry Maguire, Scott McTominay and Anthony Martial
Premier League rivals West Ham United are ‘keen on signing’ Harry Maguire, Scott McTominay and Anthony Martial from Manchester United, according to Football Insider (h/t Manchester Evening News).
The Hammers are keeping a close eye on the ‘developments’ at the Old Trafford side ahead of the upcoming transfer window. David Moyes’ team have the Red Devils’ trio on their radar.
West Ham will look to acquire the services of the centre-back, midfielder and striker next summer. The Hammers’ head coach, Moyes, likes all three players.
Maguire signed for Man United in the summer of 2019 from Leicester City. The England international was subsequently handed the captain’s armband after a few months at the club.
Up until this season, the 29-year-old was ever-present in the Red Devils’ starting lineup. However, the defender has lost his place in the team and has spent the majority of his time on the bench under Erik ten Hag.
McTominay is another star who has found game time hard to come by in the current campaign. The midfielder made his way through the youth ranks at the Old Trafford side and has, over the years, been a regular member of the XI.
However, with Casemiro’s arrival to Manchester, the 26-year-old has fallen down the pecking order. The Scotland international has started in just seven Premier League matches this season.
Martial has managed to seemingly revitalise his Man United career since the Dutch manager’s arrival. Unfortunately, injuries have hampered the France international’s campaign. The 27-year-old has not been able to feature consistently.
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West Ham have struggled to replicate their form from last season. Moyes’ team are currently in a relegation battle. It remains to be seen whether the Hammers will be able to get a hold of any of the three players next summer.