West Ham United are reportedly keen to sign talented Club Brugge attacker Noa Lang in the summer transfer window.
That’s according to a report from Calciomercato who claim that the Belgian side are now warming to the idea of the 22-year-old leaving in the summer.
Hammers boss David Moyes desperately needs to strengthen his attacking ranks at the London Stadium before the start of next season.
Now, Lang is more of a winger by trade but he is comfortable when operating through the middle as well.
David Moyes is well-renowned for preferring wide attacking players to out and out strikers as well. And taking the Club Brugge ace’s quality into consideration, it’s easy to see why the Scot fancies the diminutive Dutchman.
West Ham eyeing bold summer Noa Lang swoop
Calciomercato reckon that the 22-year-old forward is on the Hammers’ radar ahead of the summer transfer window.
We think that the Club Brugge ace would be a very useful addition to West Ham’s ranks in the summer.
He bagged 18 goals and 11 assists in 37 games in all competitions for Club Brugge last season (Transfermarkt).
This season, Lang has racked up nine goals and 13 assists in 42 games (Transfermarkt).
The Holland International has been described as an ‘extraordinary’ player by Smarter Scout.
The talented young Dutchman can play anywhere along the front-line. He is absolutely rapid and possesses exceptional technical ability.
Lang won’t come cheap though. Club Brugge are said to be demanding around €40 million (£33 million) for his services according to Voetbal Nieuws.
West Ham will have to be prepared to pay that kind of money for players if we expect to compete with the big boys next season though.
And Lang’s talent and potential make him more than worth that kind of transfer fee.