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Sport West Ham to hold futher talks over Dendoncker

01:35  12 january  2018
01:35  12 january  2018 Source:   readsport.co

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West Ham have their eyes on other talent, but they could make a big mistake by passing up their opportunity to sign Dendoncker . The 22-year-old is a hugely exciting talent, who could offer a great deal to West Ham over the years ahead.

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West Ham are to hold further talks as they pursue a potential deal for Anderlecht’s Leander Dendoncker, according to the Daily Mail.

The 22-year old Belgian is reportedly interested in teaming up with David Moyes at the London Stadium, and his agent has a good rapport with the West Ham boss.

Moyes is looking to strengthen his midfield this month and has been linked with a number of options. The club hope to complete Dendoncker as they need a holding midfielder, as well as hoping to complete a deal for Jonjo Shelvey from Swansea before the deadline.

Anderlecht are believed to be demanding a fee of around £27million for the Belgium international, which is due in part to the fact that Dendoncker has been filling in at centre-back in recent weeks, following an injury to Kara Mbodji.

Moyes is also reportedly interested in doing a deal for Burnley midfielder Scott Arfield. However, Burnley insist the 29-year old, who is out of contract in the summer, is not for sale this month. The Clarets have also offered him a new deal.

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West Brom fans have been patient with Alan Pardew. Performances on the pitch have improved and his level-headed honesty has been appreciated. However, the 2-0 win last weekend at home to Brighton was a little overdue. In the current climate, you wouldn’t blame anyone for speculating Pardew’s future already ! That first win was vitally important as it was the validation Baggies fans needed that Pardew is the man for the job. West Brom fans know better than anyone that you don’t get points for playing well. The question is, then, what next for Pardew? We are pretty much halfway through the transfer window and West Brom appear to have made their position clear; they must sell to buy. Unsurprisingly, a few of the ‘big clubs’ are circling Jonny Evans and there has even been speculation that Pardew is willing to let Oliver Burke, who hasn’t looked like a £15 million man just yet, leave, Albion continue to be linked with strikers all around the world and, most recently, have enquired for Tom Cairney to fill the gaping attacking-midfielder hole that has limited them this season, leaving the forward players isolated. All Pardew can do now is keep going. He has made it very clear that Albion will not sell Evans at a time that makes reinvestment difficult. Pardew has the squad to avoid relegation and it seems that his players are settling into his system and, most importantly, grinding out results.

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