Expert advises West Ham to sign Sparta Prague starlet Adam Hlozek

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West Ham have once again been linked with a move for the Sparta Prague starlet Adam hlozek this week as the Hammers contemplate the January transfer window.

Irons boss David Moyes is expected to enter the market in order to find Support for the only recognized striker Michail Antonio and the 19-year-old is regularly linked.

The teenager has been a regular leading performer for the club and the country in recent months and seems almost certain of a big move to Europe.

Talk to Football initiateFormer Premier League ace Noel Whelan advised West Ham to use their pre-established relationship to secure the deal.

“When you have these owners who have a network of clubs, it makes sense to use that talent from the other club and make the most of that special relationship. The Premier League is the strongest league, and it’s there is a player that you think can benefit the club and you feel he is ready for that, it is obvious. He is obviously the most outstanding player of Sparta Prague and one of the best in this Czech league Why not bring him in and see if he can help West Ham challenge the Premier League?

Moyes already has a trio of 12 times capped Hlozek’s compatriots Vladimir Coufal, Tomas Soucek and Alex Kral in the London Stadium squad facilitate the adaptation.

So far this season, the teenage striker has scored four goals and assisted eight goals in 21 appearances.


Valued at £ 15.3million and under contract until 2024 (Transfer market), signing Hlozek in January seems like a costly but looming task.

Able to functioning as a central attacker and on every wing, the Czech starlet would have a lot to offer the Moyes ranks and should be a priority catch in the mid-season market.

Berta D. Wells