Alex Kral joined West Ham on loan in the summer from Spartak Moscow and the fans could very well see him in action for the first time against Manchester United tomorrow.

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The Hammers have an option to bring him to the London Stadium permanently next summer for around £12 million plus a potential £5 million in add-ons (ExWHUemployee).

The West Ham fans are still yet to see Kral in action in the famous Claret and Blue, however.

Many thought that Kral would be given the nod last week in Europe against Dinamo Zagreb. That didn’t end up being the case, however.

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The West Ham United fans will surely see Alex Kral in action for the first time tomorrow (Photo by Rob Newell – CameraSport via Getty Images)

Surely tomorrow night’s clash with Manchester United will be Kral’s time, however.

West Ham fans finally set to see Alex Kral in action?

Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek desperately need a rest having both played all of our games in all competitions so far this season.


And Kral will surely be handed his first appearance for the Hammers alongside club captain Mark Noble in the middle of the park.

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Alex Kral in action for the Czech Republic (Photo by Mario Hommes/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

It will be a great opportunity for the 23-year-old Czech ace to show David Moyes and the fans what he is all about.

The midfielder has so much talent and could have a great future ahead of him at the London Stadium.

It’s about time that Moyes throws him in at the deep-end. Tomorrow night’s game won’t define Kral’s West Ham career. But it will give us an indication of how long it will take for him to adapt to Premier League football.

A fine display against Manchester United would give him all the confidence he needs to go on and become a regular at the London Stadium

Alex Kral at his best:

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The West Ham fans will be very excited to see the 23-year-old in action at Old Trafford tomorrow night. Surely Moyes will appease the Hammers faithful by starting the Czech ace against Man United.

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