West Ham United reportedly could make a move to sign Bristol City’s Cameron Pring this summer.
Aaron Cresswell could be set to join Wolves, whilst Emerson Palmieri needs more quality competition and cover.
And it seems as though Bristol City’s Pring could be the man for the job at the London Stadium…
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West Ham now want to sign ‘box office’ 25-year-old English left-back in the summer window
The Daily Mail reckon that the Hammers are looking into the possibility of signing Robins full-back Cameron Pring this summer.
If he is available for a decent fee, he’d definitely be a solid addition to Moyes’s ranks.
The Bristol Post described Pring as ‘box office’ last season.
In 32 Championship outings for Bristol City last term, the 25-year-old bagged one goal and six assists. During this appearances he averaged 2.3 tackles, one interception and 2.8 clearances per game (Who Scored).
Standing at over 6ft tall, Pring is also very strong in the air, and averaged 2.7 successful aerial duels per match last season (Who Scored).
The Championship has been a happy hunting ground for David Moyes. Jarrod Bowen, Said Benrahma, Flynn Downes and Craig Dawson have all been signed from England’s second tier since the Scot returned to the London Stadium in December 2019.
On face value, Cameron Pring would be perfectly suited to Moyes’s system at West Ham United, so it would be no surprise if the Scot brings him to the club in the summer transfer window.