West Ham United: ExWHUemployee outlines transfer interest in Emmanuel Dennis

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Insider ExWHUemployee has revealed that West Ham United are interested in signing Emmanuel Dennis this summer. 

Next season, Watford will be playing in the Championship having suffered relegation from the Premier League this term. This will likely mean a number of first-team players could be on the move.

With that in mind, it looks as though West Ham are already looking to make a move for one of the club’s saleable assets. Indeed, Dennis looks like he could be subject to a bid in the near future if the latest update holds true.

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When speaking about potential new attackers on The West Ham Way Patreon page, Ex made clear that the Hammers have no interest in recently linked Moise Kean – but could make a move for the Watford attacker.

He said: “No truth in Moise Kean of Everton who is on loan to Juventus. Although the club are interested in Dennis of Watford.”

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Dennis has enjoyed a pretty impressive spell with the Hornets this term. He ended the campaign with 10 goals and six assists to his name.

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The 24-year-old made a blistering start to life in the Premier League. In his first 12 appearances, he picked up five goals and five assists – becoming only the sixth player in the league’s history to achieve such a tally. Claudio Ranieri even praised him for a past performance at the Bernabeu where he scored two for Club Brugge, as he called him ‘not normal’.

Looking at that, it’s no shock to see the player linked with an exit away from his now-relegated club. It’s unclear yet if West Ham will make a move for Dennis, but as Ex states, there certainly is an interest at this stage.

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