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West Ham Back In Race For Moise Kean

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West Ham United are reportedly back in the race to sign striker Moise Kean from Juventus, according to Italian journalist Edoardo Mecca. This news comes after previous interest from the Hammers in January, following a report in The Guardian.

Kean is a familiar name to Premier League fans, having previously struggled to find his footing at Everton. Despite flashes of brilliance with PSG and Juventus, and 15 caps for Italy, consistency has eluded the 24-year-old.

West Ham’s reported pursuit of Kean signifies a clear desire to bolster their attacking options under our new manager. Tammy Abraham, Samu Omorodion, and even Kean’s Juventus teammate Matias Soule have been linked with the London Stadium outfit.

The need for a new striker is fueled by Michail Antonio’s injury struggles and the lack of depth behind him. While the 34-year-old fan favourite remains a vital player, relying solely on him is risky.

With Antonio’s recent injury woes limiting him to six Premier League goals last season, the burden of goalscoring fell heavily on Jarrod Bowen, who managed 20 goals in all competitions. While Bowen’s versatility allowed him to fill the striker role temporarily, a long-term solution is needed.

West Ham’s interest in Kean highlights their determination to address this critical gap in their squad ahead of the upcoming season.

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  • Dean hodges says:

    Moise kean is useless, he adds nothing and would be an awful signing! I fear my hope and faith in TS would evaporate instantly if we sign this extremely poor player

  • Nelly says:

    There’s a decent player in there, just needs an arm around him. Maybe Julen is the man to do that, if we can get for a decent price would be a decent addition to the squad imo

  • Kevar says:

    Moise keen is a very poor player I wouldn’t touch him with a barge pole !!!

  • Trevor Brooking walks on water says:

    It’s gone a bit quiet on the South American transfer deals front. Being linked with some of the old usual suspects from the Moyes era. Are these red herrings or is Steidten being undermined by the board? Perhaps me seeing too much in it.

  • Pete hammer says:

    Same old **** from the claret Hugh

  • Murray says:

    Let’s buy another striker who doesn’t score. Why even print this rubbish!!!

  • Jamie Hickman says:

    Linked with this player for the past 3 years. Why would the current set up now want him. Lazy journalism and vested interests (agents), trying to drum up old interest

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