By Mike Southey

2nd Jul, 2022 | 8:30am

West Ham United fear Newcastle in Armando Broja pursuit, could return for Youssef En-Nesyri

West Ham United fear they may be gazumped by Newcastle in the pursuit of Chelsea forward Armando Broja this summer, according to the Mirror.

The newspaper has reported in their print edition [02 July, pg. 66], that the Irons can offer European football, but Eddie Howe can dangle much bigger wages in front of the Albanian.

It is shared that should David Moyes fail to bring Broja to the London Stadium, he could revisit an old pursuit of Sevilla star Youssef En-Nesyri towards the end of the window.

Moyes is looking to revamp his options in the final third after yet another season of no reinforcements.

Michail Antonio has remained the only senior centre-forward at the London Stadium since Sebastien Haller left, and he has since sealed another move to Borussia Dortmund from Ajax.

It is no surprise to see Broja become his top target, with the Albanian talisman having all of the attributes he likes in that big figure along with all the power needed to cause serious problems.

Ajax themselves are also said to be keen on the Chelsea wonder, as they potentially look to replace Haller.

En-Nesyri is one of those that never seems to go away, at least while still on the lookout for a new striker.

ExWHUemployee reported midway through June that the Irons had been offered the Moroccan once again, with a new valuation on his head after a dip in form last season.

Broja has to be the man though, and Moyes must push GSBK to do all they can to get a deal over the line.

The powerhouse striker shined in his first full season in the Premier League, making some of the best defenders foolish with his pace and strength, as well as his ability to finish.

That was in a poor Southampton side, just imagine what he could in this very efficient Irons side that has taken on the best and come out on top more times than not in recent years.

Moyes is building something very special and has European football to show for that, as for Newcastle, it will surely still be a couple of years before that can happen.

This is one that simply has to get done, all eyes on you, West Ham United.