Report: West Ham's offer to sign a powerful 50 million Liverpool offer is afoot

Report: West Ham's offer to sign a powerful 50 million Liverpool offer is afoot ...

West Hams' intention to sign Villarreal's attacker and alleged Liverpool target Arnaut Danjuma is now reportedly off, with David Moyes having concerns about the wingers' temperament.

According to the Express, West Hams' transfer for Danjuma will not take place following reports that Moyes had concerns about Danjumas' attitude and work off the ball, a speculation that has not gone down well in the players' camp, with the agreement now seemingly unpaid.

According to reports last week, the transfer between Villarreal and West Ham was imminent, with the Irons looking likely to defeat Liverpool to the Netherlands international, although these dreams of Danjuma seem to be over.

Danjuma would have cost West Ham a club-records transfer fee, with Moyes eager to enhance his sides' attacking options as the Scottish manager prepares to face the top-four next season.

West Ham is dealing a massive blow to not signing a player of Danjumas' calibre. However, Moyes is taking a calculated risk in securing a contract that will pay for the talented forward.

After rejecting Danjuma's signing, West Ham must have a surprise in the works.

West Hams' primary transfer objective has been a striker for what feels like a lifetime, and losing out on Danjuma might be seen by supporters as a lack of desire from the club. However, Moyes is a smart manager who has so far proven to be exceptional at bringing in the best players for the Irons, and the Scottish coach may have something planned.

Moyes understands that an attacker is crucial to West Hams' success next season, and while Danjuma might have been a fantastic signing for the east London team, the veteran Premier League manager may have something that will take the Hammers' front line to the next level.

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