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Alex Kral signing is surely done as Ex confirms Coventry is Peterborough bound - opinion

Alex Kral to West Ham is surely now done and dusted with ExWHUemployee claiming that Conor Coventry is Peterborough bound.

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The 23-year-old is on the Hammers’ radar according to The Telegraph.

And ExWHUemployee has claimed that West Ham are close to signing the Czech Republic international on loan with an option to buy for €12 million next summer (£10.2 million).

Kral will be a sensational signing for the Hammers.


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The deal isn’t done yet though, and as a result, the West Ham faithful are understandably anxious as to whether it will go through or not.

Alex Kral to West Ham done with Coventry loan exit imminent?

Ex has claimed that the 21-year-old midfielder is Peterborough bound:

If David Moyes has allowed Coventry to leave the London Stadium, surely a deal to sign Kral is all but done.

Letting the young midfielder leave without having a deal for the Czech ace confirmed would be extremely negligent.

West Ham would be left so short tin midfield if a deal to sign the 23-year-old collapsed now.

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And because of that, we think Kral’s move to the London Stadium surely must be done.

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