David Moyes heading for a transfer move worth 24m for Pablo Fornals

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West Ham boss David Moyes is heading for a transfer worth 24m for Pablo Fornals. The Spanish International will be out of contract by the end of the season. West Ham United have not always been a good luck in their dealings in the transfer market. In the last five years, the Hammers have splashed out a huge sum of money for the players.

PlayerFee paid
Sebastien Haller£43m
Mohammed Kudus£37m
Lucas Paqueta£37m
Edson Alvarez£32.7m
Felipe Anderson£32.7m
All the fees via Transfermarkt.

Evidently, Haller and Felipe Anderson, two of the five biggest signings for West Ham have not been the best for the Hammers. David Moyes maybe on the course to witness another transfer disaster with Pablo Fornals.

Pablo Fornals current situation at West Ham

It is reported that Spanish side Sevilla are looking for the move to sign Fornals from West Ham. Their sporting director, Victor Orta, is keen to secure a move for him in 2024. As per the reports, the attacking midfielder is ready for a talk with clubs from January onwards. Consequently, a move for Sevilla might be among his preferences. A football Insider claimed that prior to Sevilla news, Hammers were looking to prepare a possible contract extension with the player.

Fornals best season came in 2021/22 for the London Stadium. The Spaniard was a constant threat as he delivered some brilliant performances. Fornals contributed with six goals and ten big chances along with a great defensive gameplay. He averaged 2.3 tackles and interceptions per game.

Therefore, the Hammers are currently on course for a howler with the Spanish magician unless they are able to convince him to turn down Sevilla and remain at the London Stadium beyond the end of this season.

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