West Ham have made a flying start to the campaign and will need strengthening if they want to continue this form. West Ham have received a major cash injection as Czech-based billionaire Daniel Kretinsky acquired a 27 per cent stake in the club. In this article, we will look at some players that West Ham could sign in the January transfer window.
Here are the eight players that West Ham could sign in the January transfer window.
8. Adam Hlozek
Adam Holek is someone that could definitely be of interest to the Irons, with the 19-year-old centre-forward very highly-rated in Czech Republic.
The teenager has a £15.3million value on the football database Transfermarkt. The Hammers were linked with a move for him during Euro 2020 and could reignite their interest to boost David Moyes’ attacking options.
7. Eddie Nketiah
Nketiah is out of contract in the summer, so unless he signs a new deal, West Ham could sign him for cheap. Leeds have also shown interest in signing the attacker.
He has plenty of pace and movement and is a very hard worker. The young Londoner certainly has the raw ingredients needed to make an impact at the highest level.
6. Andrea Belotti
The Irons were linked with a move for the Torino talisman throughout the summer as David Moyes searched for new frontline additions. West Ham could make a move for him this winter. However, Arsenal are also interested in the man.
Belotti’s contract is up at the Serie A outfit in 2022. It has since been revealed that the 27-year-old centre-forward will not be signing an extension in Turin.
5. Noa Lang
A bidding war is expected to take place for the 22-year-old. Lang has starred for Club Brugge since joining from Ajax, scoring 16 goals last season as they won the Belgian Pro League.
The talented young Dutchman can play anywhere along the front line. He is absolutely rapid and possesses exceptional technical ability.
Arsenal are also thought to be interested in the attacker, with Brugge hoping to bring in at least £34m for the Dutch international.
4. Paul Onuachu
The 6ft 7in frontman was linked with a move to east London in the summer transfer window, but ultimately, a move did not come to fruition. The 27-year-old managed 35 goals in all competitions last term as Genk finished fourth in the Belgian top flight.
Onuachu is once again linked with a move to the London stadium. If transfer talks go in the right direction then Onuachu could move to England as early as January.