He is clearly a very good player though, and we strongly believe that he will come good. We just believe that Moyes could have made another signing that would really have got the best out of the Italian though.
The 22-year-old ended up joining Napoli on a season-long loan though. The Italians have the option to make that loan deal a permanent one for around €30 million (£26 million) next summer according to Football Italia.
And we can’t help but feel like West Ham have missed a big trick here…
Giacomo Raspadori could have got the best out of Gianluca Scamacca
The two Italy internationals formed a brilliant partnership for Sassuolo last season.
The two players dove-tailed really well for Sassuolo last season and have done the same for Italy, especially the other night against England in the Nation’s League.
During the early days of Scamacca’s career at the London Stadium, he seems to be somewhat isolated through the middle.
It’s up to David Moyes to get the absolute best out of the 23-year-old striker.
The Scot could have made things so much easier for Gianluca Scamacca, had he signed Giacomo Raspadori in the summer transfer window as well though.
Napoli will now surely sign the 22-year-old in the summer so a reunion between the two Italy internationals at club level will not be possible next summer.
And the West Ham manager may well now regret not bringing Raspadori to the London Stadium.