West Ham boss David Moyes should consider trying to sign Wolves ace Adama Traore in the summer.
The Scot should then try to convert the powerful 25-year-old into a centre-forward much like he did with Michail Antonio.
Moyes has had little luck with signing strikers throughout his time in the game.
On the contrary, however, he has had exceptional success at converting wingers into centre-forwards. You need look no further than Marko Arnautovic and Antonio.
And Wolves ace Adama Traore would fit the bill perfectly at West Ham.
Nuno Espirito Santo brought the 25-year-old to Molineux from Middlesbrough in the summer of 2018 for around £18 million (BBC).
Traore has pace and power in abundance. Unfortunately for him, he has experienced a tough campaign this season, with no Premier League goals or assists to his name.
That doesn’t mean that he should be written off just yet, however.
And the former Barcelona ace could be perfect for David Moyes’s next winger come striker experiment.
West Ham should try and sign Wolves ace Adama Traore
There aren’t any players in the game who are quicker than the Wolves star. He is as powerful s they come as well.
Traore perfectly suits the way in which Moyes likes his West Ham team to play.
The Hammers have been at their best this season when playing quick, counter attacking football.
And who better to play up front in that system than Traore?
Sure, he hasn’t been clinical in front of goal this season but that is surely just a confidence issue.
Sport recently claimed that Wolves want around £35 million for the 25-year-old.
That is undoubtedly a lot of money. But if the West Ham owners have real ambition, they shouldn’t think twice about signing Traore this summer. He could become a real star at the London Stadium under the tutelage of David Moyes.