West Ham have been keeping an eye on Montpellier hitman Andy Delort according to ExWHUemployee.

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Hammers boss David Moyes is still desperately trying to add a top class striker to his ranks at the London Stadium.

As things stand, however, West Ham appear to be nowhere near actually signing anyone.

The Hammers have been linked with so many names since the transfer window opened.

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One of those names is Andy Delort.

And it seems as though David Moyes is still very keen on the 10-capped Algeria international.

West Ham keeping eye on Andy Delort ExWHUemployee claims

The Hammers insider suggests that the East London outfit have been interested in signing the 29-year-old for some time.

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The Algerian forward is ideally suited to playing for West Ham in Moyes’s system according to Ex.

Delort was on fire in France last season, racking up 19 goals and 10 assists in 34 games for Montpellier last season (Transfermarkt).

The hard-working striker is capable of leading the line on his own and would undoubtedly be able to provide stiff competition for Michail Antonio.

He could be available for around £14 million this summer (The Sun). That would represent very good value for the Hammers.

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And considering how things are going at the moment, most Hammers fans would welcome the signing of Delort with open arms.

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