Date: 15th March 2021 at 2:00pm
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West Ham have been named among a host of European sides to sign Joan Jordan from Sevilla this summer, according to a report from Spanish outlet El Gol Digital.

The Hammers are joined by Italian giants AC , Inter, Roma and as well as Arsenal who have shown an interest in the 26-year-old previously.

Jordan, a Spanish central midfielder, has been a mainstay in Julen Lopetegui side this season, making a staggering 40 appearances across all competitions.

Operating as both a box to box player and a defensive midfielder, Jordan has contributed two goals and seven assists so far this term.

Although no fee is mentioned in the report, the Spaniard holds a market value of around £21.5m (Transfermarkt).

David Moyes would be wise to prioritise a central midfield addition this summer, with ever-present duo Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek worked tirelessly this term.

It was recently confirmed the lesser-seen will remain a Hammer for one more campaign, although his appearances have become increasingly fleeting and less impactful.

Therefore, midfield options are a necessity, especially if the Irons are competing on a European front.