West Ham United are competing with Arsenal to signal Ipswich City’s thrilling teenager starlet Tawanda Chirewa this summer season, in keeping with TWTD.

The 18-year-old turned the Tractor Boys’ second-youngest participant in historical past again in 2019 when he performed within the EFL Trophy and he has continued his spectacular kind within the Underneath-23s with 12 objectives this season in a league-winning marketing campaign.

The Zimbabwe-born teen was resulting from be out of contract this summer season however Ipswich opted to increase his deal at Portman Highway for one more yr and want to make that keep even longer.

However the presence of West Ham and Arsenal may make {that a} troublesome job for the League One club and TWTD additionally report that different golf equipment are eager though none are named.


Chirewa gained’t be a participant we see within the Irons first staff for a superb couple of years, if he even joins us, however we’re not trying to purchase him for proper now anyway.

He would slot straight into our academy, most likely floating between Underneath-18s and Underneath-23s soccer, to start with as he appears to be like to develop within the Academy of Soccer.

David Moyes clearly takes an curiosity in what he’s seen of him to date and the West Ham scouts will likely be carefully watching his performances for the Tractor Boys’ youth sides earlier than making a correct transfer however they’ll’t wait round too lengthy with Arsenal lurking as nicely.

Chirewa although might be finest heading out on loan if he joins us or the Gunners however he’d be even smarter to remain in Suffolk and battle his means into the Ipsiwhc senior facet earlier than dreaming of the intense lights of the Premier League.

In different West Ham information, there was a significant backroom exit on Monday (23 Might) that may shake issues up at Rush Inexperienced.

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