West Ham United star and fan favourite Thilo Kehrer is set to appear in a new Amazon documentary after an announcement yesterday.
Most West Ham fans knew very little about Kehrer when the club moved to sign the defender from PSG.
Kehrer had entered the final year of his contract in Paris which meant West Ham were able to get the German international for just £10m.
And that is already looking like one of the bargains of the summer, not just for West Ham, but across the Premier League.
It says a lot about Kehrer’s performances so far that despite giving away a penalty on his Prem debut and scoring an own goal against bitter rivals Spurs, he is already a big fan favourite at West Ham.
Kehrer’s speed, passing, enthusiasm, desire and positional play has seriously impressed West Ham fans so far.
The 25-year-old has already put in a couple of man of the match performances having been thrown straight into the action 24 hours after signing for the Hammers.
It is not just on the pitch where Kehrer is already having an influence, though.
And now Hammers supporters will get to see exactly what Moyes is talking about.
Because West Ham star and fan favourite Kehrer is set to appear in a new Amazon documentary after an announcement yesterday.
Amazon has chosen the German national team to be the subject of their next ‘All or Nothing’ documentary, and will follow the side’s preparations for the forthcoming 2022 Qatar World Cup.
The documentary is due to be released in Spring 2023. And if Kehrer and Germany should win the tournament this winter, cameras will document the side’s return to the top of the world as they bid for a fifth star.
Providing Kehrer stays fit and injury-free he is all but guaranteed to be in the documentary.
West Ham’s new star is a firm favourite of Germany boss Hansi Flick who has used Kehrer more than any other player since taking over from Joachim Low.
The former Bayern Munich manager said after the announcement: “The Amazon team supports us intensively and offers many exclusive insights into our processes…
“‘Our biggest challenge is still to come with the World Cup. It will be challenging, emotional and hopefully successful in the end.
“‘We go ALL IN and want to go with it make the documentary possible for the fans.”