West Ham eye Ramy Bensebaini
David Moyes could form a frightening left flank in West Ham if emerging reports are to be believed …
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According to the Italian point of sale Corriere dello Sport, the Hammers are among the teams interested in a summer blow for Borussia Mönchengladbach defender Ramy Bensebaini.
They will face competition from Jose Mourinho at AS Roma, while newly appointed Adi Hutter is unlikely to want to let his star man leave that window.
The 26-year-old joined Gladbach for € 8million (£ 6.8million) in 2019 and club president Rolf Konigs believes his value has tripled to around € 20million (18 million pounds sterling).
Do the Hammers need a new left-back?
Imagine him and Benrahma
It would definitely be an interesting move on Moyes’ part and it’s a move he should make as Aaron Cresswell needs support on the left. Arthur Masuaku has had persistent injury issues throughout last season and he cannot be trusted.
Interestingly, Bensebaini’s versatile attributes provide the Scotsman with more than one solution.
If he were to deploy a fullback three, in which Cresswell often reverted to a left center-back role, the Algerian might have the freedom to bomb as a fullback, but in the same way he too can play. between.
During his two seasons at BORUSSIA-PARK, the left-back delivered 12 goals and five assists, proving to be a fairly lucrative outlet for Dortmund boss Marco Rose.
That’s 17 direct contributions to goals in 59 appearances, or once every 251 minutes, which is pretty impressive for a defender.
Moyes was able to get the most out of Cresswell as he provided eight assists as a team last season and with Vladimir Coufal himself with seven in the league, it’s clear that the two broad roles are crucial for the 58-year-old. -old system at London stadium.
Bensebaini was assimilated to Juventus and Brazilian star Alex Sandro, as he’s got a quick pace to become a threat on the left flank stacked and lower laps, and he’s also not afraid of tackles.
This is what his former Rennes coach Christian Gourcuff has since alluded to.
“He was a young player when he came to us. He didn’t have the explosiveness he developed while he was here. He used to die out too, but he’s matured, ”he said, via Bundesliga.com.
the £ 19.8million The defender could form a partnership with his compatriot, Said Benrahma, who is often selected on the left.
they played eight both together on the international stage, where they provided a combined total of four goal contributions. Imagine that in the Premier League next season.
Moyes must seek to ask for a hit for Gladbach’s beast.
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