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West Ham United need to act fast as report claims Everton are lining up move for £13 million rated Cyle Larin

West Ham United will have to act fast if they want to sign Besiktas striker Cyle Larin with Everton allegedly chasing the 25-year-old.

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According to a report from Fotomac, Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti wants to bring the 33-capped Canada international to Goodison Park.

And Besiktas have told Everton that they will need to pay €15 million (£13 million) if they want to sign Larin this summer (Fotomac).

So West Ham boss David Moyes may have to act fast if he is to bring the former Orlando City hitman to the London Stadium.

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The Hammers desperately need to sign at least one top class striker in the summer.

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Turkish media outlet Sabah reckon that Besiktas ace Cyle Larin could be an option for West Ham.

The 25-year-old has been in fine form for Besiktas this season. He has 18 goals and four assists to his name in 34 games so far (Transfermarkt).

The Canadian also has a decent career goalscoring record with 87 goals for club and country to his name in 213 games (Tranmsfermarkt).

West Ham need to act fast with Everton ready to swoop for Cyle Larin

Larin is a strong and powerful centre-forward. He is very good in the air and is an accomplished finisher.

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The Besiktas ace seems to be ideally suited to the Premier League. If Everton are already getting their ducks in a row, West Ham could be left behind.

Larin could be a very useful addition for the Hammers, albeit a somewhat unproven one in the Premier League.

£12 million for the 25-year-old striker seems like great business.

And West Ham missing out on the Canada international to Everton would be yet another sign that our owners are quite simply too slow to act in the transfer market.

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