DONE DEAL: Despite competition from Chelsea, West Ham ultimately signs Taiwo Awoniyi, a £18 million player from Nottingham Forest. According to Fabrizio Romano,

DONE DEAL: Despite competition from Chelsea, West Ham ultimately signs Taiwo Awoniyi, a £18 million player from Nottingham Forest. According to Fabrizio Romano

DONE DEAL: West Ham finally sign £18m Nottingham Forest player, Taiwo Awoniyi, amidst Chelsea competition –

Fabrizio Romano confirms

West Ham is showing interest in a Nottingham Forest player who caught Chelsea’s attention in January.
Since joining the Premier League again, Forest has had two hectic summer transfer windows;

perhaps they will be more astute this time.

DONE DEAL: Despite competition from Chelsea, West Ham ultimately signs Taiwo Awoniyi, a £18 million player from Nottingham Forest. According to Fabrizio Romano
DONE DEAL: Despite competition from Chelsea, West Ham ultimately signs Taiwo Awoniyi, a £18 million player from Nottingham Forest. According to Fabrizio Romano

Nuno Espirito Santo is aware that some players will need to be sold, but he also wants the team

to continue being competitive.

Now, it’s been claimed that one player is attracting interest from West Ham ahead of the summer transfer window.

Taiwo Awoniyi wanted by West Ham

It might be all change in the dugout at West Ham but it appears the Hammers remain keen on Awoniyi.

Julen Lopetegui, previously linked with Forest, is in place at the London Stadium and it would seem the club are

keen on the Reds’ talisman.

Daniel Taylor, the award-winning journalist who supports the Forest, has been talking about the player’s future in a

Q&A session with The Athletic this afternoon.

“Awoniyi is another player drawing interest from possible buyers,” he stated. But I know Forest would like to keep him.

During the January transfer window, Chelsea made an attempt to sign him. Not to mention enthusiastic,

West Ham still like David Moyes.

“The amount of games he has lost due to injury has reduced his worth. However,

we’ve seen what he’s capable of when healthy.

“There’s also a bit of sympathy for him behind the scenes. He was rushed back from an operation last season and had to be managed between games.

“The guy was playing through the pain at times. It ended with him breaking down again and there was a bit of

disquiet about how everything was handled.”

Forest should persist with Awoniyi

Awoniyi is crucial, even though the Reds must raise money to make sure they adhere to financial fair play once more.

Alright, so despite missing a significant portion of the previous campaign, the guy managed to score six goals in 2023–2024.

Awoniyi need more careful management of his playing time, and Forest shouldn’t bench him at the first hint of difficulty.

Taylor acknowledges that injuries have not been kind to him and that the team would benefit from

having a younger striker to alternate with Awoniyi and Wood.

The player cost £18 million from Union Berlin and the Nigerian never struggled with injuries

during his time in the Bundesliga.

It’s not clear at this stage whether West Ham will come forward with an offer but if they do,

Forest would be wise to hold on to Awoniyi.

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