Torino star Sasa Lukic reportedly could end up at West Ham United for just £13 million in the January window.
That’s according to Italian website Tuttomercatoweb who claim that the 26-year-old is on the Hammers’ transfer radar this month.
Lukic is a midfielder who has been drawing attention from West Ham boss David Moyes since his impressive displays for Serbia out in Qatar at the World Cup.
Central midfield is undoubtedly a position where Moyes needs to strengthen at the London Stadium in January.
A huge upgrade on Tomas Soucek is required, if we are to be a successful side over the next few years.
And it seems as though Moyes has someone specific in mind for the job…
Sasa Lukic could end up at West Ham in January
Tuttomercatoweb are claiming that with Torino set to sign Nikola Vlasic for around £13 million, the Hammers could bring the Serbian in the opposite direction for the same fee.
I think that the Torino man could actually be a very smart addition to Moyes’s ranks at the London Stadium, especially for just £13 million.
He is an orthodox central midfielder by trade and possesses very impressive technical ability.
The 26-year-old displayed this during the World Cup with Serbia out in Qatar.
Lukic also has the physical attributes to cope with the intense demands of Premier League football.
Standing at 6ft 1in tall, the Serbia international possesses a very strong and imposing physique. The Torino ace would be a. huge upgrade on Tomas Soucek in my opinion.
Lukic is a terrific passer of the football as well, and would help us improve upon the fluency of our play through the middle of the park massively.
And with reports claiming that Sasa Lukic could end up at West Ham in January, David Moyes appears to be moving closer to bolstering his engine room at the London Stadium.
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