West Ham United have set their sights on summer transfer target and Poland international Jakub Kiwior, according to reports.
The Lowdown: Moyes under pressure…
Moyes’ side have also won just four games out of their opening 15 in the league, a record which will undoubtedly concern GSB heading into 2023.
The Latest: West Ham set sights on Kiwior…
The January market could provide a remedy to West Ham’s ills and potentially strengthen Moyes’ options mid-season.
It’s added that the east Londoners made a bid for the defender last summer which was rejected, and if they are to return again, he could cost as much as €30m (£26m).
The Verdict: Right target?
If West Ham want to shore up their backline, the very promising 22-year-old could a solid candidate.
Despite his young age, Kiwior is a mainstay for Spezia, having started every Serie A game for them before the World Cup break.
The same applies for the ongoing tournament in Qatar, with the youngster playing the full 90 minutes in both of Poland’s group games so far, in which they have yet to concede a goal.
He appears to be a crucial player for club and country, as evident by his defensive statistics, with the starlet averaging more interceptions per 90 than any of his Spezia team-mates.
It’s hard not to think that signing Kiwior could make West Ham a more solid outfit, in turn helping to guide them away from relegation waters.
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