West Ham United manager David Moyes open up to the media at a press conference ahead of the Premier League game with Everton on the issue of pulling out the former Liverpool star.
The Hammers have completed the signing of former Reds striker Danny Ings from Aston Villa for a total of £15m on a contract until June 2025.
Moyes explained that he brought to the team because The player is well known and familiar with the Premier League. Which is a relatively low-risk deal.
“He’s the player we want,” the former Everton boss said.
“We need someone who knows this league. We’ve looked at a few players to strengthen. But I want to bring in players who are not at risk in terms of knowing the league.”
“Danny is a smart guy. The paperwork was done just in time. And we have to wait for confirmation for registration.”
West Ham are currently 18th in the table and they host 19th-placed Everton on Saturday.
West Ham United have officially announced the signing of Aston Villa striker Danny Ings for a fee totaling £15m, a contract until 2025.
Until recently, the West Ham club website has announced that the team has officially grabbed Ings to join the army. Without revealing the fee, ready to sign a contract until the summer of 2025 and will wear the number 18 shirt for the new agency.