West Ham manager David Moyes wants to offload Manuel Lanzini this summer, according to the Guardian.

They report that Moyes has his sights on Queens Park Rangers star Eberechi Eze, who scored 14 goals this season.

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That apparently means that Lanzini, who earns £70,000 per week according to Spotrac, is being pushed towards the exit door.

The Hammers are determined to find the cash for Eze, according to the report.

They had success recruiting from the Championship with Jarred Bowen and Moyes would hope Eze can do the same.

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Lanzini signed for the Hammers in 2015, initially on a season-long loan, before being landed permanently by Slaven Bilic.

Ahead of a season where the Croat will find himself back in the Premier League with West Brom, the playmaker he signed may well be departing the English top flight.

At 27, he should still have plenty to offer if he can find a willing suitor, but Moyes is clearly looking to take West Ham in a different direction.

He only renewed his contract 11 months ago, which should protect his value in the transfer market this summer.

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