WEST HAM want Everton England player Dominic Calvert-Lewin – but they will have to pay a staggering £60M.
Hammers director David Moyes has been warned there could be Calvert-Lewin as the Toffees try to cash back after years of overspending.
Calvert-Lewin’s season has ended due to injury but he is still considered one of the brightest young English strikers today.
Moyes will indeed boost the boat for Calvert-Lewin and have new money at the club to back him up in a big endeavor.
However, the valuation is currently too high for West Ham to take the plunge. However, if that changes this month or in the summer, they will push to the top of the queue.
The Hammers will pay a premium now or offer a bonus if Calvert Lewin gets them into the Champions League.
But Everton need to beat their ‘upline’ to make that happen.
The Merseyside club have also considered selling England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford but are currently in talks with him over a contract extension and increase.
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Pickford is one of the properties that could be sold to balance the books but no buyer has offered an amount that interests Everton.
Instead, the goalkeeper is currently discussing a host of new terms although even that has not stopped him from being sold off.
West Ham could have done it with Calvert-Lewin’s goals in close defeat against Manchester United on Saturday.
The away team left Old Trafford empty-handed after Marcus Rashford scored a 1-0 victory for the Red Devils.
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