West Ham still want to sign Adam Hzolek despite no summer move
West Ham United are still very interested in signing Sparta Praha forward Adam Hlozek, according to Toby Cudworth.
The 90min journalist has reported that the Irons remain in the hunt for the “teenage sensation” despite making no move this summer.
Currently on international duty with the Czech Republic, Hlozek has been pictured with Tomas Soucek, Vladimir Coufal and Alex Kral.
Writing on his personal Twitter account, Cudworth shared the latest update on future transfer plans at the London Stadium.
“West Ham still very interested in teenage sensation Adam Hlozek, despite not making a move this summer,” he wrote.
“I have no doubt agents Soucek, Coufal and now Kral know their mission for current and future Czech international duties.”
Get it done.
This could be one that we live to regret at the London Stadium.
Although it was a brilliant end to the window with the likes of Kurt Zouma, Kral and Nikola Vlasic arriving, the final third could still be a problem.
Michail Antonio will start every single game if fit, but the big question mark will surround his fitness between now and the end of the season with added games in Europe.
Vlasic could move forward into that role if needed, which is why David Moyes may have held off pulling the trigger on another deal.
Hlozek should be easy to convince in terms of coming to the Premier League, especially as he plays with three Irons in every single international break.
This is certainly one to keep a close eye on.
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