Premier League side West Ham have agreed deals in principle to sign England internationals Harry Maguire and James Ward-Prowse, according to British media reports.
The UK’s Press Association said Wednesday that Manchester United defender Maguire, 30, and Southampton midfielder Ward-Prowse, 28, had agreed personal terms with last season’s Europa Conference League champions.
Maguire, however, remains in talks with United about the exact terms of his departure from Old Trafford but a move worth an estimated £30 million ($38 million, 35 million euros) is expected to be completed.
West Ham — who will compete in the Europa League this term — are also said to be close to announcing the £35 million signing of Mexico midfielder Edson Alvarez from Ajax.
The 25-year-old has passed a medical but the paperwork on his move from the Dutch giants has still to be completed.
Alvarez could fill the position vacated by the £105 million sale of Declan Rice to Arsenal.
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