The Manchester United duo Phil Jones and Jesse Lingard are involved in being signed by West Ham this summer.
If the Hammers manage to beat the drop this season the moves are possible. Currently, West Ham is in the relegation battle and they must stay up to sign the two players.
According to Independent, David Moyes wants to get a reunion with the Old Trafford duo.
During his time he had worked with both players, as Manchester United manager.
The report claims that Everton is also keen on Lingard.
A move to West Ham wouldn’t have been a bad choice for both players who at Old Trafford have fallen the hierarchical structure and should look to move on in search of regular first-team football.
Jones can be a helpful defender and Lingard could also be a clever addition, for a midtable club such as West Ham.
Both players could be good additions to the squad for the right price as West Ham needs more depth on their side.
If a good offer comes in, it’s unlikely Manchester United will stand in their way. It will be interesting to see if this summer Moyes will be able to attract the two players to London.