West Ham United manager David Moyes has a priority list consisting of three strikers ahead of the summer transfer window – Duvan Zapata, Ivan Toney and Adam Hlozek (Eurosport).
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The Scot absolutely has to bolster his centre-forward ranks at the London Stadium this summer.
Failing to add a striker to his ranks in January now looks like a big mistake.
And Moyes will have to atone for that error in the summer.
West Ham boss David Moyes has three-man transfer shortlist
Eurosport claims that three players feature on Moyes’s priority wish-list.
Sparta Prague hitman Adam Hlozek, Brentford striker Ivan Toney and Atalanta ace Duvan Zapata.
We think that Hlozek and Toney would be the best options out of those three.
The Sparta Prague ace is just 18 and could be picked up for around £20 million (90 Min).
Meanwhile, Toney, 25, is valued at around £30 million (TEAMtalk).
Zapata is 30 and would cost £35 million according to Eurosport. So it’s easy to see why Moyes should favour the Czech starlet and the Englishman over a move for the Colombia international.
The West Ham owners haven’t backed David Moyes adequately over the past 17 months or so. As a result, the Scot now has a paper think squad at his disposal.
It will be vital for the Hammers boss to bolster his attacking options in the summer because every other club in and around us will strengthen before the start of next season.
And the additions of Hlozek and Toney would be a great statement of intent from the West Ham owners.