Paul Robinson tipped West Ham to sign Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne and suggested it could be the perfect move for everyone.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Laura O’Leary, the ex-Tottenham keeper admitted he could envision Clyne joining the Hammers as he’ll struggle to feature for the Reds.
It was recently reported that Moyes may look to sign a new right-back following Ryan Fredericks’ injury and Clyne is believed to be an option.
Robinson suggested that the 28-year-old will need to exit Anfield if he wants to play this year as clearly he isn’t going to get in Jurgen Klopp’s side.
When asked about Clyne being an option for West Ham to sign, Robinson told Football Insider: “It could be perfect, it could work for both sides, just because he’s been out for so long.
“He’s clearly not going to get in the Liverpool team, he’ll be a bit-part player at most, and if he does want to play this year then it could be a move that works for both sides.
“I could see that happening.”
Clyne is yet to feature this season for Liverpool due to injury, but Klopp recently provided a positive update on him by saying he looks in a “good way.”
The former England international spent part of his 2018/19 campaign away from Liverpool as he went on loan to Bournemouth.
Clyne made a total of 15 appearances for the Cherries, registering one assist in the process.
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