West Ham Alex Kral links resurfacing again with The Sunday Mirror (May 23rd, page 74) claiming that David Moyes wants to bring the £14 million rated ace to the London Stadium.
Central midfield is an area where Moyes quite simply has to improve this summer.
The Scot needs to bring in more quality competition and cover for Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek.
West Ham will be on the look-out for talented, young and hungry midfielders with European League football on the horizon.
West Ham eyeing Alex Kral swoop?
The Sunday Mirror (May 23rd, page 74) claims that the Hammers have reignited their interest in the Czech Republic international.
And what a signing the 23-year-old would be for us.
In 29 league outings for Spartak Moscow this season, the 22-year-old has registered five assists and has averaged 1.5 tackles, 1.8 interceptions, 0.8 clearances and 0.8 dribbles per game. During those appearances, he has made 56 passes per match on average with a completion rate of 81% (Who Scored).
Kral began his career as a defender but he has evolved into a midfielder. He is apt at playing the holding role but he can perform central midfield box-to-box duties with aplomb as well.
The Czech ace would be worth every penny of the reported £14 million fee needed to prise him away from Spartak Moscow.
With Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal both already at the London Stadium, the Czech revolution is already well underway.
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And Kral joining his compatriots would surely be welcome by every single West Ham United fan.