David Moyes remains determined to secure the signing of 23-year-old PL midfielder

David Moyes remains determined to secure the signing of Conor Gallagher for West Ham United from Chelsea during this summer’s transfer window, according to reports, relays the Hammer.News.

The Mirror reveals that the East London club recently had a bid of £37 million rejected for the 23-year-old midfielder, with Chelsea holding out for a higher fee closer to £50 million.

With Declan Rice’s departure to Arsenal, Hammers manager David Moyes is eager to bolster his central midfield options at the London Stadium this summer.

However, Gallagher is adamant about staying at Stamford Bridge and fighting for his place under Mauricio Pochettino, indicating his reluctance to leave Chelsea this season.

Despite Gallagher’s preference to remain with the Blues, The Mirror suggests that Moyes still holds hope of securing the talented England international’s signature for West Ham.

Football.London has lauded Gallagher as an “incredible” player, acknowledging his potential and impressive performances when he’s at his best.

While West Ham recognizes Gallagher’s abilities, they are cautious about overspending in the transfer market. The club believes that a fair price for the midfielder would range between £35-40 million, but they are reluctant to go beyond that figure.

As negotiations continue, it remains to be seen whether West Ham can strike a deal with Chelsea for the coveted midfielder. The club’s fans will be hoping that Moyes can secure Gallagher’s services to strengthen their squad ahead of the upcoming season.