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David Sullivan can correct his summer mistake by reviving West Ham United’s interest in Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori amid doubts about his future at Stamford Bridge.
Which is the word?
According to ESPNChelsea are expected to listen to offers for Tomori and fellow sidelined Antonio Rudiger in the mid-season market as Frank Lampard struggles to optimize his defensive options.
Blues currently count central five halves Following the summer arrival of Thiago Silva, he joined Kurt Zouma and Andreas Christensen to compete for minutes in southwest London with the former England international.
Does Moyes still need Tomori?
Yeah it’s better than Dawson
Well it has enough CB
Chelsea was open to allowing Tomori to leave during the offseason, but saw the 22-year-old turn down a loan transfer to West Ham at the last minute, having decided late in the cutoff day he would improve further if he stayed at Stamford Bridge.
The Irons had reached an agreement in principle with Chelsea for the once England international, with a £ 50,000 penalty clause that would have been triggered every time Tomori didn’t play with David Moyes.
West Ham remains interested in the availability of the central midfielder and could revive its efforts in January, with Lampard eager to see the Blues’ product secure a loan move as he recognizes the need for it to gain regular playing time after awarding. just 44 minutes in the Premier League this season.
Chelsea hopes to see Tomori go on loan in January and will offer West Ham co-owner and President Sullivan the perfect opportunity to correct their summer mistake and land Lampard’s outcast, after seeing Craig Dawson fail to make an impact at London. Stadium.
Sullivan acquired Dawson for Moyes’ plans after the international transfer market closed, leading the 30-year-old to a one-season loan with a £ 2 million PURCHASE OPTION.
However, Moyes has yet to trust the Watford borrower, who has yet to make his debut for the Irons and played his just minutes of the campaign so far during the Hornets’ EFL Cup Third Round loss to League Two Newport County in September.
Tomori has far more potential to rival Diop than Dawson can imagine, and he helped Chelsea keep four clean sheets in 15 Premier League starts last season with 1.9 successful tackles, 1.5 interceptions, 2.8 punts, 2.9 won rushing matches. , 2.3 aerial duels won and 67.1 precise passes per game, by SofaScore.
The 22-year-old’s efforts at Stamford Bridge and time together in Derby County the previous season saw Lampard praise Tomori as a “great talent”, which Moyes could benefit from in January.
And in other news, David Sullivan is heading for another mistake in West Ham’s chase of a disappointing £ 18 million goal.