October 23, 2020

& # 039; Bigger than Bale back to Spurs & # 039 ;, & # 039; Solid player & # 039; – Some WHUFC fans react to links when they are 27

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& # 039; Bigger than Bale back to Spurs & # 039 ;, & # 039; Solid player & # 039; – Some WHUFC fans react to connections at age 27 – originally published on Sportslens.com

West Ham United was connected to Serie A with an interest in Inter Milan midfielder Joao Mario brought giants who want to sell it for around £ 12 million since it no longer meets the requirements.

Galatasaray, Real Betis, Valencia, Leeds United and Newcastle United are also keen on the 27-year-old, who was on loan from Lokomotiv Moscow last season.

Mario was on loan at West Ham for the second half of the 2017/18 season, scoring two goals and assisting once in 18 games to keep the team informed.

Since Manuel Pellegrini replaced the interim manager David Moyes at the time, a permanent change could not work.

The Portugal international scored one goal in 18 games in Russia last season and assisted five others, and it seems this is the Hammers boss' keen to see again.

A few West Ham fans would love to see him back at the London Stadium too, and so some of them responded to reports linking him to the club on Twitter:

West Ham clearly needs quality supplements after scoring zero points in the campaign's first two Premier League games.

However, signing another attacking midfielder does not seem to be the top priority as the defense needs an upgrade.

Spending on a position where you have plenty of options doesn't make sense, and it will be surprising if you end up following Mario's signature.

While his versatility and quality will no doubt come in handy, West Ham will have to sign a defender or two instead, and that will greatly improve their chances of survival this season.

By Sportslens.com – Football News | Football blog

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