According to journalist Miguel Delaney, West Ham is showing a strong interest in signing Scott McTominay from Manchester United as a replacement for Declan Rice.
McTominay, who is currently 26 years old, had limited playing time for United last season and may be looking for a new challenge.
His contract with United expires in 2025, making this transfer window a potentially good time for the club to receive a significant fee for his signature.
West Ham has emerged as one of the frontrunners to sign McTominay, especially with Rice’s move to Arsenal seeming likely.
McTominay’s attributes as a box-to-box midfielder, including hard work, powerful running, and goal-scoring ability, make him a potentially shrewd signing for West Ham.
While he may not be able to fully replace Rice on his own, he would bring valuable experience and skills to the team.