West Ham Lead Race for Argentine Winger

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West Ham United have emerged as the frontrunners in the pursuit of highly-rated Argentine winger Matias Soule, according to Italian outlet TuttoSport. The 21-year-old impressed on loan at Frosinone last season, despite their relegation from Serie A.

Soule’s representatives recently held talks with representatives from West Ham, Crystal Palace, and Leicester City in London.

TuttoSport reports that West Ham, under the leadership of technical director Tim Steidten, are the most serious contender for Soule’s signature.
This development comes amidst reports that Juventus, Soule’s parent club, are keen to sell him to fund moves for other targets.

Last season, Soule showcased his talent despite playing for a struggling Frosinone side. He notched 11 goals and 3 assists in 36 Serie A appearances, averaging an impressive rating above 7.0 per match.

Soule’s versatility, similar to Guilherme’s, offers manager Julen Lopetegui flexibility in his attacking setup. He can play effectively across various attacking positions.

The left-footed winger excels in dribbling and possesses a dangerous set-piece delivery, leading some to draw comparisons to Argentina legend Angel Di Maria.

Ben Mattinson, a South American football expert, highlights Soule’s exceptional dribbling ability and intelligent on-field awareness. He describes Soule as a game-changer who can create goals both through individual brilliance and pinpoint crosses.

Soule’s talent and versatility would significantly bolster our attacking options- it is all beginning to look rather good!

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  • Phil Baker says:

    Westham can’t afford to gamble with strict PSR rules limiting the spend . The Italian teams typically double the quoted transfer market value and so Westham must be prepared to walk away from old ‘has beens’ and young ‘never beens’. Let Steidten work his magic and dive for his pearls . With a quality coach any squad will over perform , unlike Moyes .

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