West Ham boss David Moyes already has some brilliant attackers at his disposal at the London Stadium.
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Felipe Anderson, Sebastien Haller and Michail Antonio are game-changers on their day.
Sure, the Brazilian and the Frenchman haven’t been at their best over the past 10 months. But their talents are undeniable.
And West Ham would be mad to move either of them on just yet.
The Hammers have the nucleus of a very exciting attacking line-up.
Especially if they add two players they have recently been linked with to their ranks.
Exciting links to two top talents
According to a report from Area Napoli, West Ham are lining up a bid for Napoli ace Hirving Lozano.
Meanwhile, Sky Sports are reporting that the Hammers want to sign Werder Bremen winger Milot Rashica.
Now, West Ham signing both players would be highly unlikely. But stranger things have happened. If David Moyes can shift some of the deadwood at the London Stadium, and David Sullivan is prepared to back the Scot in the transfer market, then who knows?
At 24 and 23 respectively, Lozano and Rashica are two truly elite players who are still years away from their prime.
The Mexican will cost around £43 million, according to Gazetta dello Sport. Although that fee will surely drop because of the ongoing global health crisis.
Meanwhile, the Kosovo international has a £33 million release clause inserted into his contract with Bremen, according to German publication BILD.
Now, if West Ham avoid relegation, and manage to raise £20 or £30 million in player sales, Lozano and Rashica arriving at the London Stadium could be realistic.
And the prospect of Moyes having the Mexico and Kosovo internationals as well as Anderson, Haller and Antonio to choose from should be an extremely tantalising one for Hammers fans.