West Ham United have missed out on the possibility to signal teenage striker Adam Hlozek who has now joined Bayer Leverkusen in Germany.

In line with ExWHUEmployee by way of his private Twitter account, the explanation why the Irons didn’t take up Daniel Kretinsky’s provide to deliver him to the London Stadium [90min] is that David Moyes wasn’t certain he was proper for the club.

The Czech Republic international had been provided to the Hammers by Kretinsky, who additionally owns Sparta Prague which is the place he was plying his commerce, however they’ve chosen to not observe up with that and he has left for the Bundesliga in consequence.

ExWHUEmployee mentioned that “Moyes apparently wasn’t satisfied on him,” when a West Ham fan requested why the club hadn’t made a transfer for such a highly-tipped participant.


It’s laborious to evaluate how a lot Hlozek might have impacted the senior facet instantly being so younger and never having the expertise of a league outdoors of his personal nation’s which can have undoubtedly performed on the manager’s thoughts.

However he’s only 19 years of age and anyone who has signed him on Soccer Supervisor over time will let you know that he goes on to have an ideal profession and on his day, he might tear an opponent to items.

Even for Leverkusen, this won’t be a signing that makes the moment influence that can change the facet in a flash however given a couple of months or perhaps a yr and he could be an nearly assured starter.

His ceiling is so excessive that only a few individuals may even see it and the London Stadium may need been the right place for him to start climbing that ladder to the highest underneath the tutelage of Antonio and the watchful eye of Moyes there to supply all of the off-field recommendation he wants.

In different West Ham information, it’s great to see a few Hammers on England obligation and the most recent social media publish of the 2 of them is nice studying for supporters.

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