Michael Keane would be good signing for West Ham

West Ham  target and Everton star Michael Keane would be a “good signing” for the club, says transfer reporter Dean Jones.

The veteran centre-back, who is out of contract at the end of the season, has made just five starts this season after struggling with injury and it has been claimed that he will be leaving the Hammers in the coming transfer windows

And it has been claimed that new Aston Villa boss Unai Emery will be in the market for an experienced central defender as he looks to get the club higher up the Premier League – and solve their defensive issues

According to recent reports on Football Insider, West Ham have ‘registered their interest’ in Keane and have made an ‘approach’ ahead of a potential move in the winter transfer window

The reports claims The Irons are believed to have held a strong interest in the 29-year-old over the summer, and are now taking a second bite at the cherry.

It’s claimed that the Merseyside outfit are ‘willing to listen to offers’, with £10m set to be enough to seal a deal in the January window.

And if you believe the words of Jones – he would be a very good signing for the Hammers.

Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, the journalist said: “I think Michael Keane would be a good signing if West Ham can get him, but I certainly don’t think that would be the only thing that they need in the January market.”

IcFootballnews View…

Keane is a very solid defender that has shown that he is very capable of handing the best strikers in the Premier League – and for £10 million – he could be a very good squad member

But that is what he would probably end up being – a squad member that is no better than what the Hammers have in the side already

But it will be interesting to see if an actual move is made guys

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