Report: Wolves and West Ham eyeing £15m Huddersfield star Aaron Mooy

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Aaron Mooy may leave Huddersfield Town with Premier League sides Wolves, West Ham, Leicester City, Newcastle United, Southampton and Watford linked.

Aaron Mooy of Huddersfield Town celebrates after scoring a goal to make it 0-1during the Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Huddersfield Town at Molineux on November...

Wolverhampton Wanderers are keen to sign Huddersfield Town midfielder Aaron Mooy, according to the World Game, with five other Premier League clubs interested in the Australian international.

Huddersfield might have finished bottom of the Premier League table in 2018/19 but Mooy emerged from relegation with his reputation intact.

 

The one-time Bolton Wanderers youngster continued to impress with his performances in the centre of the park and Wolves know just how talented he is.

Mooy scored both goals as the Terriers sealed a shock 2-0 win at Molineux in November – a performance that even had Wolves fans hailing him on Twitter.

Aaron Mooy of Huddersfield battles with Ivan Cavaleiro of Wolves during the Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Huddersfield Town at Molineux on November 25, 2018 in...

Now, the 28-year-old is all but certain to leave the John Smith’s Stadium this summer and the World Game reports that Wolves are one of six top-flight teams who have offered him a fresh start.

West Ham United, Watford, Southampton, Newcastle and Leicester City are also keen on a player who looks set to become the most expensive Australian in football history. The report claims that it will take a fee of £15 million to convince Huddersfield to part with their star man.

Australia  player Aaron Mooy in action during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group C match between Australia and Peru at Fisht Stadium on June 26, 2018 in Sochi, Russia.

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