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David Moyes Is Pressuring West Ham To Recruit Man Uniteds Forgotten Man Phil Jones On A Free Transfer According To The Daily Mail

According to rumours, West Ham manager David Moyes wants to rejoin with Phil Jones at the London Stadium this summer.
Jones worked with Moyes while he was manager of Manchester United from 2013 to 2014, until he was fired after failing to live up to the expectations placed on him as Sir Alex Ferguson’s replacement.
According to Eurosport, Moyes wants to work with Jones again and is urging West Ham to recruit the United centre back on a free transfer.
Phil Jones of Manchester United has surfaced as a transfer target for West Ham manager David Moyes. United are allegedly considering letting Jones, whose contract expires in 2023, go on a free transfer this summer to free up space in their squad and reduce their salary bill in order to build on the additions of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane.
The Hammers are waiting to see if Jones is up to the task, and are considering offering him a highly-incentive contract to join the team.
West Ham is said to be offering Jones a low basic wage with enticing add-ons based on his performances.
Jones’ injury history is a source of concern for the Hammers, as the 29-year-old has not played for United’s first team in 18 months due to a long-standing knee condition.
Moyes is eager to improve on West Ham’s sixth-place finish in the Premier League last season. Jones, meanwhile, has attracted interest from Newcastle and is eager to return to regular play in the Premier League.
Jones has played 224 times for United since signing from Blackburn in 2011, winning one Premier League title, one FA Cup, and the Europa League under renowned boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
Moyes is interested in bringing in a central defender, as well as a midfielder and striker this summer.
The Hammers are apparently interested in Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, as well as West Bromwich Albion’s intriguing playmaker Matheus Pereira.

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