West Ham United supporters have debated the prospect of signing Aaron Mooy from Huddersfield Town this summer.
The Terriers have already been relegated from the Premier League this season after a genuinely abysmal season.
Huddersfield have won just three matches this season, picking up a total of 14 points thus far.
Mooy has played in 25 games this term, scoring twice and laying on one assist.
It remains to be seen if the Australia international will stick around following Huddersfield’s relegation, however, as he has stood out as one of the club’s best players in 2018-19, and each relegated team usually has a few players that jump ship to top tier sides.
Many can argue that standing out in such a poor campaign may not be that impressive though, and Irons fans seem completely split on the possibility of signing the midfielder, an area they definitely need to address in the market this year.
Indeed, many believe he could prove to be a bargain, while others think that he is well short of the quality needed by the Hammers.
Either way, take a look at the best of the reaction below!
I'm an Aussie love him when he plays for the Socceroos but we need to buy two levels higher so my answer is a definite NO
— TIGER and HAMMER (@JohnFloris41) April 3, 2019
He’s not next level I’d leave well alone
— Billy Bonds Claret & Blue Army (@Smackit0) April 3, 2019
Really is this the calibre of players we are going for?
— Mike Coote (@mike_coote) April 3, 2019
That would be a good buy.
— Lynne Cannell (@LynneCannell51) April 2, 2019
He’s a good player who would improve our team. Would prefer him to Shelvey.
— den vincent (@den_vincent) April 2, 2019
Walks into our Midfield
— Adam Moore (@mooro_skipbear) April 2, 2019
— stopsilencepls (@stopsilencepls) April 3, 2019
Next level ?
— steve makin (@steve_makin) April 3, 2019