West Ham manager David Moyes is planning a rebuild at the club, and might look to make another bid for Nottingham Forest player Matthew Cash in the summer transfer window, according to Football.London.
Moyes has already looked towards the Championship since rejoining West Ham, when he signed winger Jarrod Bowen in January, and the player has impressed, per Transfermarkt, playing four times and scoring one goal, and is already one of the first names on the starting eleven.
Due to the success of the Englishman, it looks like the Irons want to stick to a similar plan and even though they failed with a bid for Cash in January, via Football.London, but it hasn’t scared them from still pursuing the attacker.
His offensive statistics, via WhoScored, seems to show a lot of promise, as he has managed on average one shot per game and 1.1 key passes and successful dribbles per game, whilst also scoring three goals and assisting four. At the age of 22, these numbers highlight that he plays with confidence and has an eye for goal, something which players like Lanzini and Felipe Anderson have lacked this season. Combined, the two have one goal and six assists between them in 31 appearances, per WhoScored.
This has not been good enough and emphasises why the Hammers are in a relegation battle and only two points from safety, via BBC Sport.
Another young player like Cash would be a good signing and not only show intent for the future, as the Englishman has been linked also with Italian giants AC Milan, via Nottingham Post, but also be a good signing for the present with many West Ham players not performing at their best.