West Ham striker Gianluca Scamacca is reportedly viewed as a replacement for Juventus hitman Dusan Vlahovic.
That’s according to Calcio Mercato who claim that the 24-year-old West Ham United forward is on the radar of Juventus ahead of the summer transfer window.
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Gianluca Scamacca is seen as a replacement for Dusan Vlahovic by the old Lady.
David Moyes will surely want to keep the Italian striker at the London Stadium, despite his struggles for West Ham this season.
Vlahovic, 23, joined Juventus from Fiorentina in January 2022 and the Turin giants will only sell him for a minimum of €100 million (£88 million) according to a report from TuttoMercatoWeb.
It seems as though Juve have someone specific lined up to replace the Serbian, if he does in fact leave this summer…
Gianluca Scamacca lined up as Dusan Vlahovic replacement
Calcio Mercato reckon that Juve view the 24-year-old Hammers ace as the perfect replacement for the former Fiorentina man.
It worries me that West Ham could lose Scamacca. I think he’s an absolutely brilliant striker, albeit one who David Moyes can’t seem to use correctly. He really does have everything you look for in a modern day forward.
Inter Milan, Juventus and AC Milan have all been linked with moves to sign the 24-year-old.
Moyes needs to realise that if he doesn’t figure out how to use Scamacca correctly, West Ham will most probably lose him to one of Italy’s biggest clubs.
If Juventus sell Dusan Vlahovic and come knocking for Gianluca Scamacca, it may well prove to be difficult to resist their overtures.
I just feel as though Scamacca could be a huge hit at the London Stadium, if only Moyes could set up his team in order to help the Italian thrive.
However, whether that ends up being the case or not remains to be seen.
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