Burnley midfielder Josh Brownhill is “doubtless heading” to affix West Ham in the summertime transfer window.

Talking on the Speaking Transfers podcast, 90Min journalist Graeme Bailey has recommended that the midfielder is “clearly” heading in direction of the London Stadium.

Final month 90Min (23 Might) reported that Brownhill has emerged as a goal for David Moyes, because the Hammers look to interchange retiring captain Mark Noble.

Bailey stated: “There’s loads of gamers who’re going to depart [Burnley]; we all know Tarkowski, Mee – Josh Brownhill is clearly doubtless heading to London Stadium… an excellent participant.”

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David Moyes is going through an enormous summer time to rebuild the squad, with the club needing a minimum of six to seven new faces.

Alex Kral is about to return to Spartak Moscow whereas Noble has retired. The central midfield is one space that wants bolstering.

The 26-year-old midfielder is hardly a glamourous sport. Nonetheless, he can be accessible at a discount worth following Burnley’s relegation to the Championship.

Brownhill is an industrious participant who hardly scores or offers assists. At greatest, he is usually a good squad participant, and is usually a dependable back-up choice for Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek.

He’s good at tackling (2.1 per sport, as per Who scored) and his combative fashion might be what Moyes have to be on the lookout for.

Brownhill is a defensive midfielder, who’s equally good at studying the sport. He makes 1.9 interceptions per sport, which is similar as Declan Rice.

In different West Ham information, the Hammers have provided a senior participant to Euro club as exit looms giant.

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Author: Londonlad

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