West Ham United could be in the market for a new striker this January as they look to add firepower to their ranks.
The 21-year-old has been impressive with his performances for Sparta Prague this season and has been in fine form.
Tetteh has hit nine goals in his 15 games which has made him a very attractive target for a number of clubs.
Everton and AFC Bournemouth have both been credited with an interest in the forward as well and it is believed a fee of €12million may be needed to convince the Czech club to sell.
Manuel Pellegrini could have to find a suitable replacement for the likes of Marko Arnautovic, Javier Hernandez and Lucas Perez as all three have been linked with moves away from the London Stadium.
West Ham may need to look to add reinforcements to their attacking ranks this winter and Tetteh could be a great addition.
The 21-year-old still has plenty of football ahead of him and, if he can continue to put in a number of impressive performances, he could have a bright future in the game.
With Pellegrini’s current attacking options all attracting interest, he may be forced to try and make additions in the winter.
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