West Ham have simply been offer a chance to sign 26-year-old for just £22m
West Ham have been presented the threat to sign Shakhtar Donetsk defender Mykola Matviyenko earlier than the stop of the January transfer window.
That is according to 90min, who record that the Hammers have been provided the 26-year-old centre-back for €25m (£22m), alongside a number of different Premier League clubs.
Matviyenko could be a useful signing for the Hammers given that the club simply parted approaches with Craig Dawson and the Ukrainian can play at left-back as well.
Brighton are said to be in talks to sign the defender however the Seagulls are reluctant to pay greater than €15m to carry Matviyenko to the Premier League, at the same time as Brentford have a past hobby in the centre-back.
This leaves the door broad open for David Moyes to sign the Ukrainian star, however whether the Irons boss wishes to convey the 26-year-old to the London Stadium this January, stays to be seen.