Alex Kral may have blown any chance he hoped he may have of moving to the Hammers following some pretty poor performances at the Euros!
The Czech Republic international has been with the squad at Euro 2020 as they have advanced from a group including England, Scotland, and Croatia.
The Czechs beat Scotland 2-0, drew 1-1 with Croatia, and lost 1-0 to the Three Lions.
Kral has been heavily linked with a potential move to the London Stadium, though CandH have been insistent throughout that the Irons have yet to open any kind of talks with the Spartak Moscow midfielder.
And they are unlikely to given his really poor displays at the tournament!
It’s all the more galling for David Moyes, who named him as one of his seven stars to watch before the competition!
Kral started against Scotland but only lasted 67 minutes in a game that saw him substituted, and he has not started since.
Kral played a total of 53 minutes in the final two matches of the Czech’s group stages and now one has to think that the Irons might have cooled their interest.
He was next to anonymous alongside Tomas Soucek in central midfield in all of his outings and he doesn’t look like the kind of signing the Irons should be making this summer!