As per TUTTOmercatoWEB, West Ham United boss David Moyes is ‘ready’ to offload another one of his players this summer – but on one condition.
The Lowdown: West Ham exits take shape?
Recent reports out of West Ham suggest that Moyes and co have made their decisions on certain squad members as summer exits begin to shape before July.
GSB are unlikely to offer the latter man fresh terms despite his Aston Villa and Sevilla heroics recently and it appears Moyes could be ready to axe another in loanee midfielder Alex Kral.
The Latest: West Ham open to Kral deal…
Currently on a temporary deal from Spartak Moscow, which contains an option to buy, it is believed that the Czech Republic international ‘could land in Italy this summer’ (TMW).
While West Ham consider Kral a ‘precious’ asset, Moyes and co are ‘ready’ to offload him if they receive an ‘excellent proposal’.
This comes as pre-summer ‘contacts’ emerge with both Bologna and Atalanta reaching out to the Irons.
The Verdict: Time to go?
Unable to get a look-in past Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek, who have been mainstays in the middle of the park under Moyes, it may be time to let Kral leave the London Stadium in search of more game time.
Coming to east London with a fair bit of promise, it clearly hasn’t worked out for the 23-year-old and a move away may be best for both parties.
Perhaps the only scenario which would allow Kral more chances is the departure of Rice, but that is the last thing supporters want to see.
In other news: Sky Sports say West Ham could sign £21.6m-rated star who’s set to leave this summer! Find out more here.
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