Liverpool might supply former England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to West Ham in a swap deal for star winger Jarrod Bowen, in keeping with The Mirror.
The Hammers ahead has hit double figures for objectives and assists within the Premier League this season and has attracted from Jurgen Klopp’s aspect as a possible alternative for Mohamed Salah, who’s out of contract subsequent summer time.
Now in keeping with a report on Wednesday [May 18], the FA Cup winners and Champions League finalists might look to sweeten the deal by providing David Moyes the providers of Oxlade-Chamberlain on high of some money for the 25-year-old.
The London club suffered on the finish of the season as they lacked depth in attacking areas and Oxlade-Chamberlain might assist that. Nonetheless if it means shedding their finest attacker, then it makes little sense to do a deal.
With European soccer on supply, it’s doable nevertheless that the Hammers make a transfer for the previous Arsenal man individually to spice up their midfield and assault choices and provides him a contemporary alternative to kickstart his profession once more.
Any deal that entails Bowen leaving the London Stadium this summer time will get a giant, fats no from the followers that’s for positive.
Alongside Declan Rice, Bowen has emerged as one of the crucial essential gamers within the squad and his development lately beneath Moyes has been completely good.
If he should go away, he would command a price of a minimum of £70m you’d suppose and Oxlade-Chamberlain, together with his accidents and lack of appearances lately, means he isn’t value even remotely near what they paid for him a couple of years in the past.
Doing that deal would only weaken the aspect and proper now it’s at a stage the place the club is able to bolster and strengthen it to proceed their development and persuade their high gamers to remain.
The window to do this is small, due to contract conditions, so they need to take full benefit and actually go for it this summer time or face going backwards sooner or later.
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