Adam Hlozek is now unlikely to join West Ham this summer with ‘more appealing options’ on the table for him according to a report from 90 Min.
The Hammers have been linked with a move to sign the 18-year-old Czech starlet since January.
The Athletic recently claimed that David Moyes wanted to bring Hlozek to the London Stadium for around £15 million this summer.
The teenager’s agent Pavel Paska then confirmed those claims when speaking to Aktualne.
With West Ham in such desperate need of a new striker, Hlozek would be the absolutely perfect summer signing for Moyes.
He really is an incredibly talented young footballer.
The 18-year-old racked up 15 goals and eight assists in just 19 league games for the Czech outfit (Transfermarkt).
The Czech Republic international has been described as an ‘exceptional striker’ by Sparta Prague boss Pavel Vrba (iSport).
Adam Hlozek joining West Ham is doubtful
That’s according to 90 Min who claim that the Sparta Prague ace has more appealing options than the Hammers on the table.
If true, that would be a real shame.
The Czech starlet is clearly a star in the making. And if the West Ham owners don’t manage to sign him, they will only have themselves to blame.
We quite simply haven’t acted fast enough here. And it may well end up costing us dearly.