It’s fantastic news for West Ham’s prospects of adding a striker during the January transfer window since Wolves and the team have agreed to a deal.
West Ham and Wolves may enter into a variety of agreements during the January transfer window.
However, Wolverhampton Wanderers have reached an agreement with another team that may make it easier for the Hammers to acquire a long-term objective.
Additionally, a story from Sport1 this week claims that West Ham was interested in signing Wolves’ Sasa Kalajdzic, a striker that David Moyes is said to have pursued before the player moved to Molineux.
West Ham benefits greatly from Wolves’ agreement.
Max Kilman, the captain of Wolverhampton Wanderers, is also being linked to West Ham.
Meanwhile, it’s reported that Gary O’Neil is interested in Said Benrahma, Danny Ings, and Aaron Cresswell.
Wolves and West Ham have finally reached a transfer agreement, which is fantastic news for West Ham’s ambitions of acquiring a striker.
The agency of Wolves forward Kalajdzic, as reported by BuliNews, has confirmed that his client will be going on loan to West Ham’s former Europa League rivals Eintracht Frankfurt with an eye towards a permanent deal.
A agreement is imminent, according to Sascha Empacher, who added, “It looks good.”
Ekitike’s contribution to Hammers’ transfer to Wolves
That implies Frankfurt has withdrawn from the competition for their top striker target, Hugo Ekitike, which is fantastic news for West Ham.
Fans of West Ham will be aware that PSG outcast Ekitike is still very much on the club’s radar if they read this week’s Hammers News exclusive with transfer reporter Rudy Galetti.
In truth, after discussions during the summer window, Galetti told Hammer News that West Ham and Ekitike had already reached a wide understanding over personal terms.
Although the transfer didn’t occur at the time, Frankfurt’s acquisition of Wolves’ enormous attacker has now made it possible for the Hammers to sign Ekitike, a player who has been connected to a move to the London Stadium for the past two years.
Galetti informed HN that Serhou Guirassy, Armando Broja, and Ekitike are being pursued by West Ham. And he said that the most likely option was to sign Ekitike.
“There is a general understanding for a possible move already in the next few weeks with Ekitike—on a personal level—while there are still many things to discuss for West Ham with PSG, who are willing to let him go anyway,” Galetti told Hammers News.
In the meantime, O’Neill, the manager of Wolves, has encouraged West Ham greatly in their quest to get Kilman through a significant January window admittance.