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‘Good’: £15m Southampton target doesn’t regret failed West Ham move

‘Good’: £15m Southampton target doesn’t regret failed West Ham move

A list of all the West Ham attackers linked to the club since they sold Sebastien Haller to Ajax 11 months ago would require more paper than the whole Clinton Cards store in New York City.

The Hammers reportedly made bids for Giovanni Simeone, Youssef En-Nesyri, Gaetan Laborde, and Arthur Cabral in a variety of countries.

And there are many more.

It’s rumored that Bayo, too, has a following at the London Stadium.

In 2020, a Guinea international was playing in the French non-league for USL Dunkerque. According to the Sun, West Ham made a £7 million bid for the player.

‘Good’: £15m Southampton target doesn’t regret failed West Ham move

During the previous 18 months or so, Bayo has enjoyed a Jamie Vardy-style rise to stardom, first propelling Clermont to promotion and then storming Ligue 1.

In the January transfer window, West Ham will again be interested in signing a player. Southampton, Brighton, and Brentford, three Premier League rivals, are also reportedly considering options, according to The Sun.

Bayo, a 23-year-old late bloomer, signed a new three-year contract in October, so luring him over the Channel will be a challenge.

Is the Premier League on the horizon for Mohamed Bayo?

At Clermont Foot, Bayo remarked, “the promise of having chances, opportunities to score goals, that made me think.”

“I’m familiar with the team and the club. That was definitely a factor in my decision-making process.

‘Good’: £15m Southampton target doesn’t regret failed West Ham move

“At this point, remaining put is certainly the best option.”

As of this writing, only three players in the whole Ligue 1 division have scored more goals than Bayo (eight in 16 games).

It’s an excellent guess if you mentioned Kylian Mbappe and Wissam Ben Yedder. Congratulations to those who correctly predicted that Ludovic Ajorque from Strasbourg was also a member of that select group.

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