In January, West Ham United is prepared to bring in a striker, and David Moyes is considering a cunning £14 million deal.
In the January transfer window, David Moyes is eager to bolster his West Ham squad with a premier striker.
The Hammers boss’s strategy will be to add a player that fits into his system and has a similar playing style to Michael Antonio.
Over the previous few years, West Ham has been linked to Boulaye Dia, a player that Moore is reportedly a huge fan of at 27 years old.
The Salernitana striker would fit right in with our playing style. He has been performing well these past few years.
It appears that the Hammers are now prepared to act to get the Senegalese star.
West Ham is considering adding a striker in January.
The Hammers are prepared to spend £14 million to move Dia from Salernitana to the London Stadium this winter.
It would be fantastic business for us if West Ham could sign the 27-year-old for just £14 million.
With his amazing physicality, eagerness to run the channels, and strong work ethic, Dia is a perfect fit for our system.
Along with being a fantastic finisher, he has scored 20 goals for Salernitana (Transfermarkt) in 46 league appearances since the beginning of the previous campaign.
We would be an extremely formidable attacking team that no defence would want to face if Dia were to play in front of Lucas Paqueta, between Jarrod Bowen and Mohammed Kudus.
The Senegal international would undoubtedly be a significant improvement over the ageing Antonio at the London Stadium.
In my opinion, West Ham would benefit greatly from adding the Salernitana striker during the January transfer window.