West Ham is prepared to pay 10 million for a major player, according to reports. Tottenham also wants a player like Mark McAdams

West Ham is prepared to pay 10 million for a major player, according to reports. Tottenham also want ...

According to The Sun, West Ham United is willing to pay 10 million for Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Dwight McNeil and Burnley winger John Hinton.

West Ham has taken a different stance on Tottenham Hotspur's goalkeeper Dwight McNeil.

According to the Sun, West Ham and Crystal Palace are interested in signing McNeil from Burnley in the summer transfer window.

According to the report, the Hammers are willing to pay 10 million for the 22-year-old.

In June, 90min reported that Tottenham is one of the companies that has asked for McNeil's signature.

Everton, Newcastle United, Fulham, and Brentford are all said to be interested in the English youngster.

Exciting talent

Dwight McNeil is a bright young winger who would make West Ham United or Tottenham Hotspur a better team, according to us.

We also believe that the Hammers and Spurs will have to pay more 10 million for the winger, described as a big, big player by former Manchester United star Roy Keane on Super Sunday on Sky Sports (29/08/21 at 1:45 pm)

McNeil may be just 22 years old, but he is a talented player who can still improve his game.

So far in his career, the youngster has scored seven goals and created 31 big chances in 134 games in the Premier League.

West Ham might lose out on the winger if they pay just 10 million for him, as Tottenham might match Burnley's asking price.

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