West Ham United manager David Moyes has admitted the club have received an offer for centre-back Cred Dawson from fellow Premier League club Wolves .
The 32-year-old join West Ham in 2020 and has only involve in eight games. This season with his contract set to expire at the end of the campaign. Which is not expected to extend a new contract, with Moyes admitting that there are proposals about the team’s defensive line.
“Wolves put an offer on him. We haven’t had any response yet, that’s all I can tell you,” Moyes said.
In the Hammers, they have a number of central defensive linemen consisting of Nayef Agerd, Kurt Zouma, Angelo Ogbonna and Thilo Kehler. That’s why Dawson hasn’t been given many chances this season. Although the team has always had problems with injured players.
The 32-year-old wants to return to the Midlands to be closer to his family. Instead, it had to see the £5.25m deal fall through in September last year.
Hammers boss David Moyes has agreed to let the centre-back go if he can find a replacement. But Southampton’s Jan Bednarek The goal was to move to Aston Villa instead, so Dawson’s transfer was cancelled.
West Ham still has the same idea. After receiving another offer from Wolves this week
They are looking for defenders such as Manchester United’s Aaron Wan-Bissaka and forwards who are limited to loan only.
They made an offer to Sevilla for Youssef N-Neziri. But the Morocco international was reluctant to leave