West Ham target Man United full back Aaron Wan-Bissaka
David Moyes targets Man United full back Aaron Wan-Bissaka to strengthen West Ham’s defence… with Piero Hincapie and Max Kilman viewed as options at centre back
- West Ham could move for Man United full back Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer
- David Moyes has targeted the Wan-Bissaka to strengthen the Hammers’ defence
- West Ham also have interest in centre backs Piero Hincapie and Max Kilman
West Ham boss David Moyes is keen for the club to move for Manchester United full back Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer to help strengthen their defence.
The Hammers have struggled defensively this season, shipping 53 goals in their 37 Premier League matches.
A late resurgence saw West Ham pull clear of the relegation battle, while Moyes has led the club into the Europa Conference League final.
West Ham are keen to improve their defence this summer, with Moyes identifying Wan-Bissaka as a target.
The right back has made 32 appearances for Man United this season in all competitions, including 18 in the Premier League.
West Ham could make a move for Man United full back Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer
Wan-Bissaka is among West Ham manager David Moyes’ targets to strengthen their defence
West Ham hold an interest in Piero Hincapie, left, but Max Kilman is seen as more achievable
Wan-Bissaka had only played four minutes in the first four months of the campaign due to a combination of illness and injury.
The 25-year-old has since forced his way back into the Man United team and recently was hailed by Leicester City’s James Maddison as ‘probably the best in the world’ at defending one against one.
Wan-Bissaka faces a potentially decisive summer with his United contract expiring at the end of next season.
Mail Sport reported last month that Man United have not ruled out extending Wan-Bissaka’s deal.
The full back is also of interest to Crystal Palace, who could look to bring the defender back to the club after selling him to United for £50million back in 2019.
Vladimir Coufal has largely been West Ham’s first choice right back this season with the 30-year-old making 36 appearances, while Ben Johnson and Thilo Kehrer have also been used in the position.
West Ham are also interested in signing Ecuador centre-back Piero Hincapie from Bayer Leverkusen, but Wolves’ Max Kilman has been viewed as a more achievable target.
The 25-year-old former Fulham trainee has impressed club scouts.
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