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West Ham: David Moyes plotting swoop for Keane Lewis-Potter

West Ham are looking to build on their Premier League success this season by making a move for Hull City winger Keane Lewis-Potter in the summer transfer window.

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That’s according to Football Insider sources, who reveal that West Ham appear to be in pole position to sign Lewis-Potter from Hull, with Brentford also pursuing the player.

David Moyes was spotted at the Hull-Millwall match on Easter Monday casting his eye over the 21-year-old.

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His contract expires at the end of next season, and it looks increasingly likely that Hull could cash in on the player during the summer.

Moyes could boost West Ham attacking options

The Englishman has played a key role in the Hull squad this season, scoring 12 goals in 46 matches as he has arguably been one of the few shining lights as the club has struggled in the Championship.

With the player’s market value currently sitting at £900,000, the Hammers could grab themselves an excellent deal as Hull won’t want the winger to leave for free next year.

Lewis-Potters performances led to Hull youth coach Craig Fagan branding him “similar to Eden Hazard” proving just how highly rated he is, while Alan Hutton said it would be a “brilliant” move for all parties.

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It’s clear to see why that comparison has been made with the 21-year-old producing an impressive 1.4 dribbles per game in England’s second-tier this term.

With one England U21 cap to his name already, the winger’s future looks extremely bright and he could follow in the footsteps of Jarrod Bowen, who moved from Hull to West Ham in January 2020.

Moyes will be looking to boost his attacking options ahead of next year where he hopes to keep West Ham riding on the crest of a wave that they are right now. Aiming to cement a top-six spot and with a Europa League final spot up for grabs, it’s exciting times to be a Hammer right now.

AND in other news, Moyes can axe “superb” £50m ace with WHU swoop for “one of the most exciting talents”

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