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West Ham wants 208-goal striker back in Premier League

West Ham United wants to bolster their attack in the next January transfer window.

The Hammers are playing well in the Premier League, and Moyes believes that the arrival of a new striker will help the team close out the season strong as the second half of the campaign approaches.

In recent weeks, PSG striker Hugo Ekitike and Montpellier forward Akor Adams have been linked to West Ham.

The addition of a striker would strengthen the Hammers’ offensive line, which already consists of Lucas Pacqueta, Muhammad Kudus, and Jarrod Bowen.

Moyes and his squad have not been as negatively impacted by Michail Antonio’s absence as was anticipated because the current trio of attacking players play interchangeably and have free roles.

Give Me Sport reports that Moyes hopes to bring RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner back to the Premier League in January.

The 27-year-old previously demonstrated his talent when, in 2020, his incredible Bundesliga play won him a transfer to Chelsea.

Even if Werner’s time at Chelsea was challenging and Premier League supporters did not witness his best side, he has demonstrated his ability to produce in the past.

After all, Werner paid £25 million to return to RB Leipzig from Chelsea.

Despite his limited goal total of two in 14 games this season, the German international’s performance in the 2019–20 campaign is evidence of his talent. 28 goals were scored by him in 34 Bundesliga games.

West Ham, who are now seventh in the Premier League, will travel to the Emirates Stadium to take on Arsenal, one of the league’s top teams.


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