Valentin Castellanos is dreaming of a move to the Premier League amidst strong links with West Ham United as David Moyes continues his striker search.
Hammers boss Moyes wants to bring the 23-year-old forward to the London Stadium according to the Manchester Evening News.
New York City FC striker Valentin Castellanos was in red-hot form for his club last season with 23 goals and eight assists in 36 games to his name (Transfermarkt).
He has great movement, impressive pace and is a very good finisher.
It seems as though Castellanos would be the ideal January signing for West Ham. The Argentinian striker could be available for around £15 million in January (Manchester Evening News).
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We think that the 23-year-old New York City striker would be a very useful addition to Moyes’s ranks at the London Stadium.
And it seems as though a January transfer could very well be on.
Castellanos sat down and spoke to TYC Sports and admitted that his next step will be away from the MLS:
“I think I have already completed a cycle here in the league. I want to grow. I pay more attention to sports than economics. I had multi-million dollar offers from different places but I’m not interested. To play in Europe would be to fulfil a dream.”
It seems fairly obvious that the 23-year-old is keen to take the next step in his career by moving to Europe.
The Premier League is widely recognised at the best and most competitive league in world football.
So there is every chance that Castellanos would love to move to England.
And with West Ham in the running for his signature, the £15 million man could well be on the way to the London Stadium next month.