West Ham signs Edson Alvarez. Alvarez gets to be West Ham’s to begin with summer signing. Arsenal looking to modify midfield after offering Declan Rice to Arsenal for £105m; West Ham begin the Premier League season absent at Bournemouth on Saturday at 3pm
The Mexico universal gets to be the Hammers’ to begin with marking of the summer exchange window, with Alvarez’s entry coming after West Ham sold captain Declan Rice to Arsenal for £105m.
Ajax have affirmed the figures of the deal with £32.8m up front with £2.6m in add-ons, while Alvarez will wear the No 19 shirt at the London Stadium.
“It’s a colossally wistful minute for me in my career. To connect a club like a West Ham may be a dream for me and my family.
The Premier League may be a extraordinary alliance, the finest alliance within the world and I think my fashion will suit it. I presently have a obligation to West Ham and the West Ham family and I will donate completely everything for the shirt.
West Ham manager David Moyes added:“The midfield area was one we were especially keen to strengthen this summer – and Edson will complement the other options we have in that department. He’s an experienced international player, who has enjoyed great success for both club and country during his career to date.”
West Ham have come to a full agreement with Southampton over the marking of midfielder James Ward-Prowse.
The bargain is worth the £30m that was rejected final month but with more favorable installment terms and conditions for Southampton.
Individual terms have been concurred, with Ward-Prowse set to start his therapeutic on Thursday.
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