Alex Iwobi’s time at Goodison Park might be ending soon as his contract is set to expire in June 2024
Super Eagles forward, Alex Iwobi, has been linked with a move to West Ham United for the 2023-24 season, but recent reports suggest that the Hammers are not targeting him, Soccernet.ng reports.
With less than a year remaining on his contract, Iwobi has garnered interest from various European teams due to his impressive performances for Everton.
However, transfer reporter Fraser Fletcher has revealed that Iwobi’s potential move to West Ham is no longer on the table, as he is not a target for the club.
The former Arsenal forward played a vital role in Everton’s successful campaign to avoid relegation.
Earlier rumours indicated that Everton was considering a new contract to extend Iwobi’s stay at the club, especially after their recent agreement with Jordan Pickford.
Recent reports suggest that Everton is keen on renewing Alex Iwobi’s contract and has already made an offer to the player.
Several Premier League and European clubs are closely monitoring Iwobi’s situation, impressed by his contributions to Everton’s fight against relegation.
Everton manager, Sean Dyche, has dismissed reports of Iwobi’s potential departure, stating that the Nigerian attacker is content with the club.
Iwobi has caught the attention of many under Dyche’s guidance, and the club is determined to keep him in their ranks.
However, if Iwobi does not accept a new contract, Everton may be compelled to sell him to another club or risk losing him as a free agent.