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Sport: Virals: West Ham are 'long-term admirers' of Liverpool defender Nat Phillips

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West Ham have been billed as ‘long-term admirers’ of Liverpool defender Nat Phillips.

The 24-year-old looks almost certain to leave Anfield during the January transfer window after the Merseyside club recalled centre-back, Rhys Williams, from a loan at Swansea City.

Continuous linked with the Hammers, David Moyes’ search for a defensive addition may be set to heat up.

According to a report from Goal, as cited by Neil Jones on Twitter, the Irons remain in the frame to land Phillips.


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The report claims that West Ham, Burnley, Napoli, Watford and unnamed Bundesliga clubs are keen on the former VfB Stuttgart loanee.

Dutch Eredivisie table-toppers PSV Eindhoven also reportedly made their approach for the no-nonsense ace recently.

This season Phillips has made just four appearances across all competitions having featured 20 times in 2020/21.

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Valued at £7.2million and under contract until 2025 (Transfermarkt), the report states that Liverpool are ‘keen for a straight sale’ of their man following a loan bid from Watford.

That would mean that the Hammers would have to get close to a mooted £15million asking price in order to make the deal happen.

Undoubtedly in need of a centre-back to cover for Angelo Ogbonna and beyond, Phillips’ experience, style and fee make the Englishman a perfectly viable option to bolster Moyes’ squad.

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