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West Ham respond with improved bid of just under £30m for James Tarkowski after Burnley rejected initial £27m offer from David Moyes' side David Moyes is very keen on bringing James Tarkowski to the London Stadium  West Ham had a bid worth £27m rejected so have come with an improved offer Moyes feels that the 27-year-old could be a focal point of the Hammers' defence  

By Simon Jones For The Mailonline

Published: 10:14 BST, 10 September 2020 | Updated: 11:55 BST, 10 September 2020

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West Ham have made an improved bid for Burnley defender James Tarkowski.

After their last offer totalling £27million was rejected, the Hammers are understood to have restructured their bid to guarantee more up front with add ons taking it to just under £30m.

David Moyes has made the 27-year old his prime target and has been encouraged by initial talks that Tarkowski is willing to make the move and become the focal point of his defence.

West Ham are keen to sign James Tarkowski  have made an improved offer for the defender

West Ham are keen to sign James Tarkowski  have made an improved offer for the defender

David Moyes is hoping Tarkowski will join and become the focal point of his defence

David Moyes is hoping Tarkowski will join and become the focal point of his defence 

West Ham are willing to offer a lucrative package to tempt Tarkowski back to London where he played previously for Brentford.

Moyes has made defence his priority after reluctantly agreeing to the sale of winger Grady Diangana to West Brom.

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