West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan and manager David Moyes were reportedly spotted in the crowd during Czech Republic’s win over Scotland.
The Hammers have made ripples on the transfer front over the 18 months by exploiting the untapped Czech market.
The double signing of Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal for a combined bargain £23.5million helped West Ham to their best ever Premier League points haul.
But it also highlighted the potential for rich pickings in the Czech league.
West Ham have been linked with a host of players from the Czech league and the national side.
Alex Kral, Adam Hlozek and David Zima to name just a few.
Moyes recently named Kral – who plays for Spartak Moscow – as one of seven players to watch at Euro 2020, fuelling speculation he wants to bring him to West Ham.
Hammers duo Coufal and Soucek were in fine form again as they helped the Czechs beat Scotland 2-0.
And according to reports Sullivan and Moyes were there to witness it at Hampden Park.
The duo were reportedly spotted on cameras in the crowd overseeing the game.
That will further fan the flames of transfer speculation no doubt.
Kral was substituted after an ineffective performance, Zima was an unused sub and striker Hlozek came on but barely touched the ball.
Moyes is desperate to sign a striker this summer.
So there is no doubt Bayer Leverkusen star Patrik Schick would have caught the eye of the watching West Ham duo Moyes and Sullivan?
The big forward scored two very different but excellently executed goals. First a real striker’s header from Coufal’s brilliant cross.
The second a wonderful strike from near the halfway line which will surely go down as the goal of the tournament.
There will be no getting Schick on the cheap like Soucek and Coufal for West Ham, though.
He only signed for Leverkusen last September for nearly £25m on a five-year deal.