West Ham are keen to sign Jonas Wind in January according to a report from Jeunes Footeux.
Hammers boss David Moyes actually wanted to bring the 22-year-old striker to the London Stadium in the summer according to the Telegraph.
West Ham currently have Michail Antonio as the only recognised senior centre-forward at the club.
That quite clearly isn’t good enough for a club with aspirations of a top six finish and a successful Europa League campaign.
It seems as though Moyes has a plan up his sleeve to rectify that issue, however.
West Ham now linked with ‘new Erling Haaland’ Jonas Wind
The young Danish hitman is allegedly on the Hammers’ radar according to a report from Jeunes Footeux.
Wind is reportedly available for around £17 million. That sounds like great value to us.
The towering striker has eight goals and five assists to his name in 18 games for Copenhagen so far this season (Transfermarkt).
He bagged 17 goals and eight assists in 32 games last season.
Wind stands at 6ft 3in tall and he is very strong in the air. He is a target man by trade.
He has been compared with Scandinavian superstar Erling Haaland (Breaking the Lines).
The young Copenhagen ace really is a special talent.
And we would absolutely love it if Wind comes to the London Stadium in January.