West Ham ‘AGREE deal with Man City to sign Kalvin Phillips on loan until the summer with an option to buy’ – as the England star seeks much-needed game time ahead of Euro 2024

  • West Ham have reportedly agreed a deal to sign Kalvin Phillips on loan from City 
  • There is said to be an option to buy as the player looks for vital game time
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West Ham have agreed a deal to sign Kalvin Phillips on loan from Manchester City for the rest of the season, according to reports. 

Mail Sport previously reported how both clubs were close to reaching an agreement for the England midfielder to join until the end of the season.

According to the Athletic, the Hammers have now struck a deal that would see Phillips join until the summer – with an option to buy included – to give the England star a chance of grabbing some much-needed game-time ahead of Euro 2024. 

Juventus were also interested in making a loan move for the 28-year-old, but David Moyes’ side look to have won the race for his signature after being linked with a number of teams in this window.

The report claims personal terms are not expected to be an issue – with West Ham set to pay for the entirety of Phillips’ wages at the London Stadium.

West Ham making progress in their bid to land Man City midfielder Kalvin Phillips on loan

Phillips has been with the City squad at their warm-weather training camp in Abu Dhabi during their winter break but he will now fly back before finalising the move.

A number of rival Premier League clubs have registered an interested in Phillips but have been put off by the conditions of the deal. It is understood City were initially looking for a £6million loan fee for Phillips, in addition to offloading a large percentage of his wages.

There have also been concerns that it may take Phillips a while to regain match sharpness after 18 months of not playing regular first team football.

Newcastle and Crystal Palace are among the teams to have looked into signing the 28-year-old.


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