According to a report from Diario de Cadiz (January 13th print edition, page 50), West Ham United are imminently set to submit a €15 million (£13.4 million) offer for Anthony Lozano.
West Ham boss David Moyes is desperately trying to sign a new striker following Sebastien Haller’s exit to Ajax.
And the Hammers have clearly cast their net far and wide.
West Ham moving in for Anthony Lozano?
Diario de Cadiz (January 13th print edition, page 50) claims the Hammers are imminently set to make a £13.4 million bid for the Cadiz hitman.
In fact, it is suggested that the East London outfit could make their move in the ‘next few hours’.
Anthony ‘Choco’ Lozano, a 33-capped Honduras international, has hardly been prolific this season.
The 27-year-old has scored just three goals in 16 games for Cadiz (Transfermarkt).
West Ham should avoid a move for Anthony Lozano
The Hammers can surely do a lot better than the Honduran. Not only is he far from prolific, but he is also completely unproven in the Premier League.
It is absolutely vital that David Moyes gets his next signing spot on.
West Ham cannot be messing around with unknown commodities. And if they are unproven, they had better be in possession of an impressive goalscoring record.
Lozano certainly doesn’t fit into that category.
And West Ham should not bring him to the London Stadium this month under any circumstances.