West Ham are in pole position to sign Sparta Prague striker Adam Hlozek, according to a new report.

Claret & Hugh claim that they have been told that the Hammers lead the chase for the 19-year-old.

They also claim that Daniel Kretinsky, West Ham’s new investor and partial owner of Sparta, will not allow Hlozek to move to any other club apart from the Irons.

So it appears as if a long chase that started in January this year could be close to its conclusion, and what a great signing he would be [90min].

Hlozek to the Irons looking nailed on?

The 19-year-old could be the perfect addition to this West Ham side.

He is young but has bags of senior experience at both club level and international level.

Incredibly despite being just 19, he has already made over 100 appearances for Sparta and scored over 30 goals, which is nearly a one in three goal record.

There are also plenty of other Czech players at the London Stadium, so settling in shouldn’t be too bad for Hlozek if the Irons do make their move.

He also has European experience and has played in the Europa League, so he could help the Irons in the knockout stages of the competition.

Hlozek has also been described as “amazing” by Football Talent Scout, so it just looks like a signing that makes too much sense, and it appears as if Kretinsky could ensure that he ends up at the London Stadium rather than anywhere else.

In other West Ham news, Danny Murphy has provide his view on the Jarrod Bowen transfer links.

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