Opinion: West Ham will have a golden chance to sign electric £30 million striker in the January transfer window

The door could be wide open for West Ham United to sign one of David Moyes’s top transfer targets in January.

Four new players joined West Ham during the summer transfer window, and Andy Irving was promptly returned to SK Austria Klagenfurt on loan.

Although the Hammers had a pretty good transfer window, David Moyes must take some heat for failing to bring in a striker.

Hugo Ekitike, a forward who is frequently connected with a move to the London Stadium, was actually regarded to be Moyes and Tim Steidten’s top target in the striker position at the age of 21.

However, a recent rumor gives me hope that Moyes may be able to sign him in January even though he ultimately chose to remain with PSG.

West Ham have a golden chance to sign electric £30 million striker in the January transfer window

Ekitike is completely unwelcome at PSG, according to a report from Foot Mercato, and will only have a little role for the squad this season.

As a result, Moyes should have no trouble bringing him to the London Stadium in January.

The Foot Mercato writer Santi Aouna claims that he is worth over £30 million.

With his lightning-quick pace, amazing movement, and devastating finishing, Ekitike is the ideal striker for us and the way we play.

The Frenchman, who is Michail Antonio’s logical successor, would elevate this Hammers team to a completely new level.

Moyes absolutely has to get a deal done for him by any means necessary.

And I think that after Foot Mercato’s latest claim, the door should be wide open for West Ham to sign Hugo Ekitike in the January transfer window.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button