West Ham United are set to welcome Aaron Cresswell from Ipswich into their side after finalizing what is to be their third signing of the summer, Mirror reports.
The 24-year-old left-back agreed a five-year deal with the Hammers as Sam Allaryce prepares his squad to improve on their previous season finish.
He now becomes the third person to join the club with the acquisitions of Mauro Zarate and Cheikhou Kouyate earlier.
Cresswell, who was regarded as on of the Championship league’s best player, joins the side after West Ham and Ipswich reached an agreement over the £4 million switch.
The defender was a regular at Portman Road featuring in 88 out of 92 matches in the English Championship over the last two campaigns.
He also managed to add two goals to his tally the previous season, while also picking up a total of 12 assists for his now former team mates.