Arnaut Danjuma who was a target for West Ham last summer, is available on loan this January, it has been reported by ExWHUEmployee.
There was serious interest from David Moyes in the previous transfer window, although doubts from the boss were around whether the player would be a good personality in the dressing room, a stance that disappointed the Dutch internationals representatives.
Whether at this stage Danjuma and his team are willing to let that opinion be forgotten remains to be seen, as it appears now the option to bring the winger to East London could be ideal for all parties.
West Ham in the summer opted to sign Max Cornet instead and unfortunately a long term calf injury has plagued his time at the club so far, thus forcing the hand of Moyes to go back into the market for a replacement.
Reporting on The West Ham Way Patreon, Ex has confirmed that an agreement could be ideal for the club however did stress that competition is likely for his signature, with a move to the Premier League looking likely at this stage.
“We have had it confirmed to us that former target Danjuma is now available for a loan move until the summer and this could suit West Ham perfectly,” stated our man-in-the-know.
“A number of clubs have already expressed an interest in the player and it has been said he is highly likely to return to the Premier League. One of the clubs leading the way appear to be our relegation threatened rivals Everton. A move to them would not be ideal for West Ham, so taking the player to us on a loan basis could have a double benefit.
“Danjuma would count as a foreign based loan signing which would enable West Ham to still make other loan signings, including two domestic moves.”