Manchester United have supposedly exchanged medical records with West Ham as they prepare to sell Harry Maguire and Scott McTominay to the Hammers, it has been reported. Both players are allegedly completing ‘long-distance’ medicals with the Red Devils only recently returning from their US tour.
West Ham are finally set to seal their first transfers of the summer following a frustrating few months for head coach David Moyes. Express Sport reported on Thursday that there has been tension at the London Stadium over a clash of visions for how the club’s transfer business should be approached.
Moyes is believed to want Premier League experience and could finally get his wish after chasing United duo Maguire and McTominay. It is claimed that the two Premier League clubs are ‘starting the process’ of completing the deals.
Both players have been out of favour at United, with Maguire stripped of the club captaincy and pushed down the pecking order for the centre-half position. Scotland international McTominay has seen Mason Mount added to the growing number of midfield reinforcements at Old Trafford over the last few years.
According to journalist Alan Nixon, Maguire and McTominay are completing long-distance medicals as they look to seal a departure from United.
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