Newcastle and West Ham among Prem clubs interested in cut-price Viktor Tsygankov transfer from Dynamo Kyiv | The Sun
NEWCASTLE UNITED and West Ham are the latest Premier League clubs “keeping an eye” on Dynamo Kyiv’s Viktor Tsygankov.
The 24-year-old midfielder will become a free agent in June.
And the Ukrainian international already has a number of teams monitoring his situation.
Now Jeunes Footeux say that Eddie Howe’s Newcastle and David Moyes at West Ham are plotting a swoop.
However, they are also joined by fellow Premier League side Wolves.
The report states that Tsygankov “isn’t lacking suitors” due to his “interesting profile” and versatility, with the ace equally capable of playing down the right and left.
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The prospect of getting him for nothing next summer or for a cut-price deal in January is proving to be very attractive.
And the ace is unlikely to demand a huge wage package either – which is also a big bonus.
Wolves boss Bruno Lage is expected to lose Adama Traore as his contract is expiring at the end of the season.
That could mean that he views Tsygankov as an ideal replacement for the Spanish international winger.
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West Ham are also looking to bolster their attack, as are Newcastle.
Both clubs may decide to try and bring in reinforcements once the transfer window opens in January.
And that could also lead to them trying to snap up Tsygankov for a cut-price figure.
But the star is also wanted elsewhere.
This latest report also states that German powerhouse Borussia Dortmund are keen as are Bundesliga rivals Leipzig.
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