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West Ham keeping tabs on Wolves’ Max Kilman, Bayer Leverkusen’s Piero Hincapie and Manchester United’s Wan-Bissaka

West Ham United are eyeing defensive reinforcements ahead of the summer transfer window, reports the Daily Mail.

The Hammers have shipped 53 league goals in 37 games, and manager David Moyes wants to see improvement next term.

West Ham are interested in Wolverhampton Wanderers centre-back Max Kilman, Bayer Leverkusen’s Piero Hincapie and Manchester United’s Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

However, the Wolves man is regarded as ‘a more achievable target’ by the report.

Kilman has been a key player for the Midlands club this term, appearing in 37 Premier League games.

The 25-year-old has impressed West Ham’s scouts, but whether Wolves want to lose their most important defender remains to be seen.

The Hammers will play in the Europa League next term if they defeat Fiorentina in the final of the Europa Conference League.

The opportunity to play European football could see Kilman show an interest in joining West Ham.

The former England futsal team star has two years left on his deal and could be available for a reasonable fee.

Other clubs are keeping tabs on Kilman, and Wolves will be keen to quickly hand him an improved deal.

Moyes also wants a right-back and left-back, but Wan-Bissaka and Piero Hincapie will not come cheap.

The Man United man is one of the best defensive-minded full-backs in the Premier League.

Wan-Bissaka will be an upgrade on Vladimir Coufal, but the Red Devils are unlikely to entertain offers for him.

Hincapie can play at left-back and centrally, and West Ham could do with his versatility and quality.

The Ecuadorian will not be short of suitors this summer, and the Irons need to offer Leverkusen a juicy deal to have a chance of landing him.

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