West Ham have been linked with a transfer to signal Strasbourg striker Habib Diallo in the summertime transfer window, in line with stories from ESPN.

The Hammers have been out there to signal a striker as David Moyes needs to convey competitors for Michael Antonio who had some health considerations as nicely within the final marketing campaign.

Regardless of having three years left on his contract, the 26-year-old is believed to be open to going to a distinct League and elevating his soccer profession.

The stories additional acknowledged that the Irons will probably be going through competitors from Brighton and Nottingham Forest to safe the signature of the Senegal Worldwide.

Dream Striker

After making the semi-finals of the Europa League and ending seventh within the League, the Hammers are wanting ahead to a different season in Europe as they certified for the UEFA Europa Convention League.

For Moyes, it is going to virtually be suicidal to enter 4 totally different competitions with only one acknowledged striker in Michael Antonio. The Jamaica international has had damage issues of his personal and is more likely to not play each week subsequent season.

Due to this fact, the attainable signing of Diallo can be good as a result of he is not going to simply compete for the centre-forward position with Antonio, however he may even put some stress off the Jamaican’s shoulders referring to objective scoring.

That’s not it as with Saïd Benrahma and Nikola Vlasic’s futures unsure on the club, Diallo is somebody who may additionally play on the wing alongside Antonio [Claret and Hugh].

Within the not too long ago concluded Ligue 1 season, the Senegal international made 31 appearances for Strasbourg the place he managed to attain 11 objectives and supplied a few assists [Transfermarkt].

The 26-year-old averaged 1.6 photographs and 0.5 dribbles per recreation within the league competitors as nicely [Whoscored].  

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Author: Londonlad

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