West Ham are allegedly eyeing a move to sign Adam Hlozek from Sparta Prague in the summer transfer window.
That’s according to a report from the Daily Mail who claim that the 19-year-old is firmly on the Hammers’ radar.
And David Moyes really should be going all out to bring the Czech Republic international to the London Stadium before the start of next season.
Hlozek is a truly exceptional talent and could be available for around £20 million this summer according to 90 Min.
It seems as though a move to West Ham in the summer would suit every party involved.
The fact that the 19-year-old plays for a club that Daniel Kretinsky has very strong links with means that a move to West Ham is highly likely. He is a Czech Republic international as well, and we all know how highly Moyes rates the Czechs!
Moyes would have been mightily impressed with Hlozek of he watched him in action this weekend just gone…
West Ham must sign Hlozek in the summer
The talented teen sensation has been in fine form for Sparta Prague this season.
He has racked up 12 goals and 15 assists in 42 games (Transfermarkt).
Popular football scouting website Football Talent Scout describe Hlozek an an ‘amazing’ talent.
He really is a very exciting young talent. Hlozek possesses exceptional technique, is a very good finisher and has the potential to go on and become a truly elite striker. He can play anywhere along the front-line as well.
£20 million sounds like stunning value for a player with Hlozek’s talent and potential.
And he sent a strong reminder to David Moyes over the weekend:
What a strike that was!
Hlozek can play anywhere along the front-line and West Ham signing him this summer seems like an absolute no brainer.
Let’s hope that Kretinsky can use his affiliation with Sparta Prague to good effect.