West Ham United are allegedly in talks to sign talented Partick Thistle youngster Cameron Cooper ahead of the summer transfer window.
That’s according to a report from Scottish Sun who claim that the Hammers are battling Rangers for the 16-year-old starlet.
West Ham boss David Moyes has prided himself on bringing some of the best young players to the London Stadium since he took charge of the club for the second time in December 2019.
Last summer, Moyes signed Armstrong Okoflex, Pierre Ekwah Elimby, Levi Laing, Thierry Nevers and Brian Kinnear.
And it seems as though another talented youngster is on the Hammers’ radar…
West Ham eyeing Cameron Cooper swoop
The Hammers are actually in talks with Partick Thistle to sign the 16-year-old attacker according to a report from The Scottish Sun.
We face strong competition from Glasgow giants Rangers for his signature, however.
Cooper is a huge talent and is very highly rated in his homeland.
The 16-year-old is an exciting attacker with plenty of pace and he always plays with a really refreshing exuberance that only youth can bring.
He is very rough around the edges though and is far from the finished article. That said, Rangers’ alleged desperation to sign him proves how good he could become.
And if West Ham add Cameron Cooper to the youth team squad, we would be more than happy.