Report: West Ham could fall back on a ‘mesmerizing’ attacker if they miss £50m target

West Ham United are one Premier League club that could turn to Crystal Eberechi Eze in the palace if you miss Rennes’ Jeremy documentary.

Accordingly The IndependentWest Ham, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur are all interested in Jeremy Doku and there is a belief that one of these sides could end up signing Eberechi Eze if they are unable to sign the former.

Whoever wins the documentary race has to pay a lot of money for their signature. The same source says Rennes want £50m to approve a sale.

While Eze could leave Palace this summer and join another Premier League team as a documentary alternative, Michael Olise is one player who will remain at Selhurst Park.

The France Under-21 international has penned a new contract, ending Chelsea’s hopes of signing him.

Eberechi Eze would be an exciting signing for West Ham

Eze would be the kind of addition that would bring real excitement to the London stadium.

The attacking midfielder is a player who is really capable of impressing and outplaying defenders.

“The quality of Ebs is incredible, what he does with the ball, how he manipulates it and how he just seems to slide across the field – it’s mesmerizing at times,” said team-mate Joel Ward Palace official website in May.

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Eze, now an England international, is also beginning to score goals in his game. He scored ten goals in 38 Premier League games last season.

Ultimately, Eze is definitely someone to consider if David Moyes is looking to bring some creativity and flair to his squad this summer.

However, it appears that any move from the former Queens Park Rangers player will depend on whether or not Doku joins the Hammers.

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Emma Bowman

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