It’s fair to say that David Moyes has completely turned around the opinions of his management suitability in the PL. The Scottish manager has guided West Ham United into Europe for the first time in an age and playing some of the best football seen at the London club in years.
Moreover, his forays into the transfer market have been consistently excellent, and, perhaps remarkably, the Irons look a good bet to do well again this campaign. If some of the Hammers’ biggest stars can steer clear of injury, there’s no reason why David Moyes can’t oversee some long-overdue glory for the east Londoners.
One footballer that it could be worth him casting his eye over as someone who can complement the squad David Moyes already has is Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah. The £20m-rated striker was on the verge of leaving in the summer window, with Crystal Palace having expressed an interest, however, the deal fell through.
Given that the English centre-forward can sign a pre-contract in winter, and therefore move for free, he’s a youngster well worth looking at and, keeping him in London could well be attractive for the footballer, who therefore won’t need to up sticks and move elsewhere.