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Report: West Ham’s £40 million transfer race has a winner, and the deal for the player will be completed next week.

.Harvey Barnes’ transfer battle between West Ham United, Newcastle, and Manchester United apparently has a winner.

The agreement is anticipated to be finalized by the beginning of the following week, according to the Northern Echo [12 July], with Newcastle taking first place.

According to reports, the deal will cost an initial £35 million plus $5 million in add-ons, for a total of £40 million.


West Ham has spent the entire summer waiting for the money from the sale of Declan Rice to Arsenal.

The delay has resulted in the Hammers losing out on Barnes as it is believed that he is finishing up all the procedures before signing permanently.

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Barnes may have preferred transferring to the London Stadium, but Newcastle will also provide him access to the Champions League.

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They could have, at the very least, made an effort to persuade the Englishman of the project at the London Stadium.

After Rice left, David Moyes might have assured the attacking player that he would play a key role in the team’s recovery from the Conference League victory.

However, as one of their Premier League competitors has already got their objective, they will now need to consider alternative choices.


West Ham now anticipates selling the 23-year-old, along with Rice and Kehrer.

Ben Johnson, who has been linked to Everton, is apparently up for sale by West Ham United during the summer transfer window.

Jacob Steinberg of The Guardian reports that West Ham anticipates Ben Johnson to leave the London Stadium this summer, with Everton potentially interested in signing him.

People close to the West Ham owners claim that the Toffees are eager to sign the 23-year-old full-back.

Johnson dropped significantly down the full-back pecking order under Hammers manager David Moyes after some dreadful performances last season.

He’s not good enough for West Ham, in my opinion, and I don’t think he has what it takes to play in the Premier League.

It appears that Moyes holds the same viewpoint…

Ben Johnson is anticipated to be sold by West Ham this summer.

On a free transfer, Manuel Lanzini has already departed the team.

Yesterday, it was suggested that Thilo Kehrer might be about to make an unexpected leave from the London Stadium. Of course, Declan Rice will also quit the Hammers.

According to Jacob Steinberg of The Guardian, Ben Johnson may now be another player who leaves this summer.

I think Moyes would be smart to sell Johnson this summer if he can.

He’s simply not good enough in my opinion, says R.

And we ought to allow the 23-year-old to join Everton if they want to. Next summer, his contract at the London Stadium expires.

Therefore, West Ham ought to be able to negotiate a fair price for Ben Johnson this summer.

As harsh as it may sound, the sooner he is sold, the better. In actuality, sentiment has no place in high-level athletic competition.

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