Sparta Prague forward Adam Hlozek is a key transfer target for West Ham United this summer according to a report from Eurosport.
Hammers boss David Moyes chose not to sign a new striker after selling Sebastien Haller to Ajax in January.
Hopefully we manage to muddle through until the end of the season.
Whatever happens between now and May, however, it will be vital or West Ham to sign a minimum of two strikers in the summer.
One of the names to have been lined with a move to the London Stadium is Adam Hlozek.
The Hammers want to sign the 18-year-old striker according to a report from Tuttosport.
And now Eurosport claims that the Sparta Prague ace is a key transfer target for West Ham.
West Ham eyeing Adam Hlozek as a ‘key target’
The young forward would be a very exciting addition for the Hammers.
Hlozek will cost around £20 million this summer according to 90 Min.
The 18-year-old has been described as an ‘amazing talent’ by Football Talent Scout.
He has impressed this season despite missing a large chunk of it through injury. Hlozek has racked up five goals and seven assists in 12 games for Sparta Prague (Transfermarkt).
The Czech Republic international seems to have it all.
He is a great dribbler, has a keen eye for a killer pass and has so much confidence for someone so young.
Hlozek is also very apt at holding up the ball, he has a lot of energy and pace and is willing to make those tireless runs into the channels. He is a very good finisher as well.
£20 million for the Czech ace seems like very good value. And signing him in the summer should be somewhat of a no-brainer for West Ham.