West Ham United are clearly looking to strengthen at right-back this summer, with David Moyes looking to go better than just surviving in the Premier League.
The Scotsman is planning a clearout in pre-season, with Pablo Zabaleta and Jeremy Ngakia already leaving the London Stadium.
That has left only Ryan Fredericks as Moyes’ option at right-back, and even he could still leave the club after failing to impress.
The latest name to be linked with a switch to east London is Nottingham Forest’s Matty Cash, who has been a standout in the Championship.
The Telegraph have reported that Sheffield United have recently had a £10million offer rejected for the wing-back, with Southampton another team interested.
Forest recently missed out on promotion from the Championship, somehow finishing seventh despite being in the play-offs for the majority of the campaign.
That should have seen his price drop, but Forest seem determined to keep hold of their main man this summer.
So, who else could West Ham target if they miss out on Cash? One name that continues to arise is that of Tottenham youngster Kyle Walker-Peters.
Claret and Hugh have suggested that he could cost up to £18million, and Southampton are also said to be challenging for his signature after his successful loan spell there last season.
Sky Sports have suggested before that the Saints are also interested in Fredericks, and if he leaves, Moyes will need to target atleast two fresh faces at the London Stadium.
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