West Ham allegedly could make a late signing from Paris Saint-Germain in the last few hours of the January transfer window.
That’s according to a report from Le Parisien who claim that the Hammers are eyeing up a late move to sign PSG ace Layvin Kurzawa.
Left-back is definitely an area where West Ham will be looking to improve upon at some point over the next 12 months or so.
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Aaron Cresswell is set to turn 33 before the end of the year whilst Arthur Masuaku needs to be moved on as soon as possible.
David Moyes must be concerned about the lack of strength in depth that he has in the left-back position at the London Stadium. And it seems as though he is keen to address that particular issue.
West Ham eye January window signing late on
Le Parisien claims that Paris Saint-Germain left-back Layvin Kurzawa is on the Hammers’ radar on transfer deadline day.
David Moyes could make a move to bring the PSG star to the London Stadium in the ‘last few hours’ of the January transfer window.
Kurzawa would be a smart addition for the Hammers. He could be available for a bargain £6m fee as well according to a report from The Sun.
The annoying thing is that Moyes should be prioritising moves to sign a top-class centre-forward, a centre-back and Jesse Lingard on transfer deadline day.
Should we manage to get those signings done and dusted, however, then bringing Kurzawa in from PSG would be impressive business.
The 13-capped France international has had his problems throughout his time in the game, and there have been some question marks regarding his attitude, but he would undoubtedly be a huge upgrade on Arthur Masuaku.
West Ham need to get some vitally important signings completed before tonight’s 11pm deadline.
And for that reason, we believe that a deal to sign Kurzawa won’t happen on deadline day.
West Ham quite simply have more pressing priorities than bringing the Frenchman to the London Stadium.