May 11, 2021

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Yves Bisuma: The heir to West Ham rice?

West Ham United are said to be one of the teams that want to sign Yves Bisuma before the summer transfer window …

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That’s according to the Daily Star, which claims that Irons has asked Brighton and Hove Albion about the potential to sign their star midfielder.

However, Arsenal’s Premier League rivals are believed to be in the running to secure his signature, while Everon and Spurs are also contested with interest.

The 24-year-old has two more years to participate in his contract with Chaika and is estimated to be valued at around 30 million British pounds.

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Dream Rice Substitution

A new central midfielder is unlikely to be among David Moyes’ priorities, as he desperately needs attacking opportunities, in particular an alternative to injury-prone Michael Antonio, but things could change quickly.

The Hammers are about to achieve something extraordinary in the Champions League qualifiers, but Declan Rice’s future remains shrouded in mystery.

According to the Mirror, Manchester United see him as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba at Old Trafford, while Moyes revealed that he will take into account the huge offers that will be submitted for his mascot midfielder.

Bisuma would be an ideal successor if West Ham lost to the 22-year-old, who has been named the club’s “future captain”. The rice will obviously leave some pretty big boots to stuff, but international Mali is a rare bright spark in Brighton’s bad campaign.

In terms of reading the game and having the ability to thwart the opposition, the former Lille man sticks well to Moyes’ current options, averaging more games per game (2.8) than Rice (1.9) and Tomasz Sucek (1.9).

While in terms of interceptions, Bisuma (1.7 per game) is ahead of the Czech midfielder (1.6) and only after Rice (two). He also offers a little more ahead of the English national.

According to WhoScored, Seagulls’ strength likes to move forward with the ball, averaging 1.5 dribbles (against Rice’s 0.9) and also likes to have a pop at the door, just like Soucek (1.6), averaging 1, 2 attempts to play this match.

Former Bissouma teammate at Amex Stadium, Dale Stevens, expressed his opinion lyrically to local reporters in 2019. He said: “He has the ability of perhaps a winger playing in the central midfield, with the way he can pass players. His legs are amazing and I’m sure he will get better. He has everything you need to be a top player. “

While his former manager Chris Hutton, who is now in charge of Nottingham Forest, called him a “wonderful talent” for The Argus (via Goal). Gary Lineker praises him as an “outstanding footballer,” and Sky Sports’ Jamie Carragher believes teams will line up to bid for him this summer.

The praise is endless.

With a similar style of play to Yaya Toure, comparisons are certainly to be made with Rice, and if Moyes loses so much talent, then GSB should not look further than Bisuma as the replacement.

If they decide to sell Rice this summer, GSB must try to beat Arsenal under Bisuma’s signature and provide Moses with a suitable successor.

And in other news, 5 key passes, 4 shots: West Ham’s “team player” with a rating of 18 million pounds shot Moyes a huge message …