As per a fresh claim from Italy, West Ham United are now one of the many sides tracking Sassuolo forward Filip Djuricic.
The Lowdown: Newman eyes new attackers?
Since the appointment of new recruitment chief Rob Newman, there have been no shortage of links to new attackers at the London Stadium.
Not just out and out strikers, but also forwards out wide – with the Irons also apparently eyeing promising Belgium international Charles De Ketelaere.
Now, it appears Newman has eyes on another winger out of Serie A.
The Latest: West Ham join Djuricic race…
According to Calciomercato, West Ham have now joined the race to sign Djuricic and have become one of the many sides keeping tabs on his performances.
As well as the Hammers, Southampton, Shakhtar Donetsk, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Napoli are also in the mix.
They have apparently been put on red alert now especially with the Serbia international’s contract set to expire in 2022 as it stands.
The Verdict: Get it done?
While those comparisons have died down, his impressive rate of two shots on goal per 90 point towards the player still possessing that distinct threat in the final third.
It all depends on whether manager David Moyes can see his side bag Djuricic among a host of interested parties.
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