West Ham United midfielder Tomas Soucek is reportedly attracting attention from at least two Premier League clubs.
That’s according to a report 90 Min who claim that Hammers boss David Moyes is reluctant to offer the 27-year-old a new contract after his average performances this season.
And as a result, Soucek apparently feels ‘undermined’.
The Czech Republic international joined the Hammers on loan way back in January 2020.
He was an instant hit at the London Stadium and West Ham made his move a permanent one for around £15 million in July 2020 (Daily Mail).
The Czech Republic international was brilliant for the Hammers last season with 10 goals in 38 Premier League games to his name (Transfermarkt).
Soucek has been a lot quieter this season. He has bagged six goals (Transfermarkt) but it seems as though David Moyes is not convinced that he has improved sufficiently over the past season…
West Ham midfielder Soucek a summer target for Premier League clubs
90 Min reckon that David Moyes has asked for contract talks with the Czech Republic international to be put on hold because he doesn’t feel as though he has made sufficient progress this term.
And as a result, two unnamed Premier League clubs are considering a summer swoop for West Ham ace Soucek.
We believe that Moyes still rates big Tomas very highly though. The Scot has played the 27-year-old in nigh on every single game this season.
If he didn’t rate Soucek, he wouldn’t start him for West Ham week in, week out.
The Czech ace still has a lot to offer West Ham and should he score a few more goals over the final four weeks of the season, he could still match his tally from last term.
And come the end of the season, we would be shocked if Tomas Soucek had not signed a new deal at the London Stadium.