Tomas Soucek’s former coach Dusan Uhrin Jr has suggested the West Ham United midfielder could play for a top club in the Premier League.
Soucek could make big move
Soucek has been in fantastic form for the Hammers so far this campaign, scoring eight goals in the English top-flight throughout 2020/21 (Transfermarkt).
Speaking to the BBC, Uhrin Jr has suggested that he could earn a move to one of the country’s biggest outfits. When asked whether interest from top European clubs would materialise, he said:
“He is constantly improving, so why not? Who scores eight goals from his position? I wouldn’t expect a transfer to Bayern, but rather a team in England.”
Soucek has been an absolute revelation in London. As the BBC article says, no-one believed him as a youngster, which makes his rise to one of the best leagues in the world even more impressive.
He has proven to be an all-rounder as well – not only has he scored more goals than any of his teammates this term, but his two tackles per game in the league is second in the squad only to Czech compatriot Vladimir Coufal (WhoScored).
Will Tomas Soucek leave West Ham for another Premier League club?
Currently valued at £27m (Transfermarkt) and with three more years left on his contract, the Irons are in a strong position in regards to holding on to the 25-year-old. It would likely take a monumental bid to convince them to part ways with the midfielder.
In other news, West Ham have been hailed for this recent sale.
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