ExWHUemployee has claimed that West Ham are currently looking into signing more players from the Czech Fortuna Liga after the successful recent acquisitions of Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal.
The Hammers brought Soucek to the London Stadium from Slavia Prague on a permanent £18.8 million deal in July after he impressed on loan (WHUFC.com).
David Moyes then signed Vladimir Coufal from the Czech giants for £5.4 million in October (BBC).
Both players have made huge impacts in their own right. The 25-year-old and the 28-year-old Czech stars are dogged, determined players and they are tailor made for the Premier League what with its robust and intense nature.
It has become somewhat of a running joke amongst the West Ham fans that we should sign Slavia Prague’s entire first-team!
The east London outfit seem to have forged a very strong relationship with the Czech giants.
ExWHUemployee suggested that the Hammers are in fact keeping an eye on the Czech Fortuna League ahead of the January transfer window:
West Ham have already been linked with a move for Slavia Prague wonder-kid Abdallah Sima (ExWHUemployee).
The Hammers really should be on the look-out for a left-back, however. Another phone-call could very well be on its way to Slavia Prague!
Just FYI, his name is Jan Boril. He’s 29 and is the club captain. Get him in Moysie!