London side West Ham United must pay attention to Ander Herrera’s contract situation at Premier League side Manchester United as the player’s deal expires at the end of the season, and the Spaniard is yet to renew his deal at Old Trafford.
The Spanish international midfielder is perfect for the East London club and head coach Manuel Pellegrini must withdraw all the stops to convince him to remain at West Ham.
The midfielder is the kind of player loved by West Ham supporters as the player is highly skillful, a good tackler, and a combative player that gives his all for the team.
Herrera netted an important winner in the Emirate FA Cup last four a season ago against North London club Tottenham Hotspur but he is still underrated by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, who has only selected the midfielder to start one English Premier League game this term.
The Spaniard deserves better treatment from the Portuguese tactician, and at London Stadium the midfielder showed stuffs of a cult hero.
Manchester United spent about £29 million to land the Spaniard from Spanish La Liga side Athletic Bilbao in 2014, and now the Red Devils are on the verge of losing him for free next summer window.
West Ham could pull off a coup if they could tempt the player to the British capital, where he would be a major upgrade on the likes England midfielder Jack Wilshere and Carlos Sanchez and even show a decline in regular playing time for Mark Noble.