Irons looking at Pavlidis


West Ham United faces a significant summer rebuild, with a focus on bolstering their aging and depleted squad.

The Hammers have a pressing need for at least one, if not two, new strikers. Michail Antonio’s age and Danny Ings’ lack of form and inability to fit in with David Moyes‘ system necessitate reinforcements.

West Ham has long been linked with Greek striker Vangelis Pavlidis. His performances against them in European competition last season left an impression. With his contract expiring next year, Pavlidis reportedly desires a Premier League move, and AZ Alkmaar is willing to sell for a reasonable £12-15 million. This price tag makes him a potential bargain for a versatile 25-year-old attacker.

West Ham’s summer rebuild is crucial. The potential addition of Pavlidis, coupled with a possible second attacker, offers an exciting prospect for fans. Steidten’s ability to identify talent and secure value for money will be key to the club’s success.

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