West Ham United are reportedly interested in signing Feyenoord ace Quilindschy Hartman this summer.
A new left-back is definitely needed at the London Stadium this summer, with West Ham stalwart Aaron Cresswell being heavily linked with a move to Wolves.
And the 21-year-old Feyenoord ace, who won the league last season, would definitely be a hugely exciting addition for us…
West Ham now keen to sign league winning left-back Quilindschy Hartman this summer
The Daily Mail reckon that the Hammers could swoop in for the young Dutchman this summer.
He is exactly the type of player who Moyes should be trying to bring to the club, and has absolutely everything needed to succeed at the very highest level of the game.
Hartman is absolutely rapid, is a really tenacious tackler and has unbelievable stamina and energy that enables him to get up and down the left hand flank for the entirety of the 90 minutes.
In 23 Eredivisie outings last season, the 21-year-old bagged two goals and four assists, During those appearances, he averaged 1.7 tackles, 1.2 interceptions and 1.4 clearances per match (Who Scored).
Quilindschy Hartman possesses absolutely everything that a modern day full-back should have, and he’d be a terrific addition for West Ham this summer.
Whether Moyes is ready to take a punt on a player who has no experience of Premier League football remains to be seen though.