West Ham United managed to secure all three points against Burnley on Saturday in what was a very dominant performance from Manuel Pellegrini’s side.
The Hammers will be desperate to enjoy a positive run of form after yesterday’s victory, with aims of securing a European spot in the current campaign. Interestingly, it appears as if the London club are eyeing a potential addition, as according to The Daily Mail, West Ham are weighing up a loan move for Kostas Mitroglou.
West Ham are showing interest in signing Marseille’s Greece international striker Kostas Mitroglou on loan.
Indeed, the 30-year-old had an ill-fated spell at Fulham which was blighted by injuries.
But, he has since rebuilt his reputation with prolific spells at Olympiacos and Benfica, where he scored 52 goals in 86 appearances, prior to joining Marseille.
The London club could do with bringing in a striker after witnessing Javier Hernandez’s woes this season and Andy Carroll’s injury troubles.
The Greek international has been rather impressive over the past couple of seasons, with a move back to the Premier League being just rewards for his efforts.
Although, having failed to find his feet in the Premier League during his time at Craven Cottage, it remains to be seen as to whether he has what it takes to succeed.