West Ham are ‘knocking at the door’ for Spartak Moscow attacker Jordan Larsson according to a report from La Razon.
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And we think the 23-year-old hitman would be a superb addition for the Hammers.
David Moyes desperately needs to strengthen his centre-forward department at the London Stadium this summer.
West Ham have already been linked with a whole host of forwards this summer.
One of the names Moyes is allegedly chasing is Spartak Moscow star Jordan Larsson (La Razon).
The young Swede racked up 15 goals and five assists in 29 league games for the Russian outfit last season (Transfermarkt).
Three reasons why Jordan Larsson is perfect for West Ham
1 – At 23, Larsson is at the ideal age to join the Hammers. Moyes has repeatedly insisted that he wants to bring young, talented and hungry players to the London Stadium.
2 – The young Sweden international has pace and dynamism in abundance. He is a tireless worker and is not afraid of running the channels to help create more space for his teammates. Moyes absolutely adores this trait in a striker.
3 – Larsson could be available for an absolute bargain fee this summer. Buli News recently reported that £9 million could be enough to prise him away from Spartak Moscow. That would be tremendous value and fits perfectly into Moyes’s summer transfer budget.
The son of footballing legend Henrik, Jordan Larsson seems to have all of the ingredients needed to succeed at the very highest level.
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We think the 23-year-old would be a great signing for West Ham this summer. And if it’s one that is at all possible, David Moyes shouldn’t hesitate to push it through.