West Ham United forward Danny Ings could reunite with Sean Dyche this summer by joining Everton on transfer deadline day.

The 31-year-old moved to the Hammers after a successful spell at Aston Villa in a £15m deal back in January but remains low on the pecking order at the London Stadium.

Indeed, David Moyes continues to get the best out of Michail Antonio, and could be in the market for another striker before tomorrow’s deadline.

Indeed, with that in mind, journalist Connor Bromley says he ‘wouldn’t be shocked’ to see Ings make a last-minute move to Goodison Park.

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Speaking on the Daily Mirror’s YouTube channel, Bromley said: “At West Ham, he’s not starting.

For the the last two or three seasons at West Ham you’re almost waiting for (Michael) Antonio to fade away, but he looks as good as ever. He’s nailed on to start, I think they’re going to sign another striker as well.

I wouldn’t be shocked if he popped up on Friday at Everton. I think it would be a move that makes sense, certainly for Everton.

He knows Sean Dyche from when he was at Burnley. The more I think about that one, the more I think there’s a decent chance of it happening.”

Danny Ings could bring experience and goals and would be decent signing for Everton

Everton are yet to score a Premier League goal this season though opened their account in the League Cup last night with a 2-1 win over Doncaster Rovers.

The £26m arrival Beto got off the mark on his debut, while Arnaut Danjuma opened his Everton account, but another striker would be a welcome addition at Goodison Park.

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Sean Dyche got the best out of Ings during his time at Turf Moor and he would bring bags of Premier League experience to Everton’s forward line.

Indeed, if the price is right, Danny Ings could be a shrewd signing for the Toffees.