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West Ham must sign Chelsea star as Potter reportedly keen to sell him for £26m

West Ham should be going all out to sign Christian Pulisic in January, after a report shared the bargain fee that Chelsea are willing to sell him for, writes the HammerNews.

According to TuttoJuve, Chelsea boss Graham Potter is prepared to let the 24-year-old attacker leave Stamford Bridge for as little as €30 million (£26 million) in the January transfer window.

And West Ham manager David Moyes should not hesitate to bring the United States international to the London Stadium.

The Chelsea star has everything that the Hammers currently lack in the final third and for just £26 million, he would be an outstanding addition to Moyes’s ranks.

The Scot desperately needs to inject some real pace and quality into his wide attacking ranks at the London Stadium in January.

TuttoJuve reckon that the former Borussia Dortmund star is surplus to requirements under Graham Potter at Stamford Bridge, and he could be sold for just £26 million in January.

West Ham should be all over that. The only problem we have is that Juventus allegedly want to sign him as well, but given their current problems both on and off the pitch, we may well be able to beat them to Pulisic’s signature.

Pulisic has explosive pace and exceptional technical ability.

The American has bagged 26 goals and 21 assists in 133 games for Chelsea (Transfermarkt).

Whilst the 24-year-old hasn’t made the impact that was expected of him at Stamford Bridge, he has still shown glimpses of his unbelievable talent.

Pulisic has put in some really impressive performances for the USA out in Qatar during the World Cup as well.

The American would add some real pace and directness to the Hammers’ play in the final third.

He would also provide some really stiff competition for the likes of Said Benrahma and Jarrod Bowen.

West Ham signing Christian Pulisic from Chelsea in the January transfer window seems like a complete no-brainer to me.