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CLUBS EYE HUDDERSFIELD ACE

by isport

The transfer window is getting heated up as clubs vie for signings as they look to strengthen ahead of the coming season. The Premier League clubs have also been thick in action with several players exiting clubs and potential signings on the verge of completing moves.

One player that has been linked to several clubs is Huddersfield midfielder Aaron Mooy. The Australia international is said to be on the radar of West Ham,Wolves, Bournemouth and Brighton.

Mooy was one of the standout performer for Huddersfield in their two season stint in the EPL and is highly unlikely to play for the Terriers next season in the Championship.

The former Melbourne City ace is a quality midfielder capable of dictating the tempo of the game with his wife range of passes. He can also play in different positions across the midfield and can fill in as s holding midfielder.

Wolves are thought to have registered a formal interest for the player as they brave themselves for a bid for star player Reuben Neves. Neves has been linked to some of the top teams with Manchester United and Manchester City interested in the Portugal international.

Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo views Mooy as a cheap replacement for the player and could also provide depth if the club manages to keep Neves.
Bournemouth meanwhile wants Mooy to be a regular in the team. One area where Eddie Howe's team are weak is in center midfield as they lack s true creator. Mooy would be a good solution for the team slotting in to the midfield and dictating play.

Huddersfield are yet to name a price for the 26-year-old but a fee of £8-£10million has been suggested as the valuation if the player. Mooy would be a decent signing for any of the midtable club and has the ability to contribute either as s starter or from the bench.