West Ham United’s pursuit of Harry Maguire from Manchester United faces potential delay due to reported issues with personal terms.
Despite agreeing on a £30 million transfer fee, the Hammers have yet to reach an accord on terms with the 30-year-old defender, who still has two years left on his £190,000-a-week contract.
Divergent explanations surround the hold-up, with some sources suggesting financial constraints within West Ham, while others indicate Manchester United’s pause as they seek a replacement under Erik ten Hag’s management.
The club’s interest in Odilon Kossounou is also speculated, shared with Crystal Palace, hinting at a potential stall for Maguire’s move.
West Ham aims to conclude the deal swiftly, contingent on Manchester United’s involvement in securing a replacement like Benjamin Pavard or Jean-Clair Todibo.