West Ham approaches Wigan over defender Cedric Kipre after some standout appearances in Championship
West Ham approaches Wigan over defender Cedric Kipre after his standout appearances in the championship as teams arouse interest in milky stars after falling into administration
- West Ham inquired with Wigan’s French defender Cedric Kipre
- The 23-year-old has attracted attention in the second class of the Lactics this season
- Watford is also interested in the player next to the club in Germany
- Wigan could have many bids for their stars after falling into the records
West Ham has made inquiries with defender Cedric Kipre as interest increases with a number of Wigan players following their fall into the administration.
Watford also oversees central defender Kipre along with clubs in Germany.
The 23-year-old was a regular customer of Paul Cook and once again set about returning to the Premier League following his standout appearances for Wigan.
West Ham is interested in Wigan star Cedric Kipre and has inquired about his services
Kipre left Leicester in 2017, joined Scottish Motherwell after a successful trial, but was picked up by Wigan a year later.
Wigan has a 12-point deduction that hangs above them after falling into the administration and faces a battle to retain their better players, despite hopes of avoiding a fire sale.
Top scorer Kieffer Moore is wanted by Preston. Winger Jamal Lowe also attracts great interest from Celtic, Millwall and Cardiff.
The French defender excelled in the championship this season and Watford is also keen
Lowe almost came to Cardiff last summer and now Neil Harris, who is in charge of Millwall when they wanted the attacker, is now Bluebirds manager.
Left back Antonee Robinson, who saw a switch to AC Milan collapse on the deadline, and midfielder Joe Williams are also wanted men.
As reported by Sportsmail, Tottenham is interested in 15-year-old midfielder Alfie Devine and 18-year-old striker Joe Geldhart and midfielder Jensen Weir.
However, Brighton plans to land Weir whose father, former Everton and Scotland defender David, is the Seagulls loan manager, for around £ 500,000.