West Ham Plotting Loan Move for Alex Kral

Alex Kral

West Ham United are still looking to add extra faces to their ranks and have identified Alex Kral as their next target, according to Jacob Steinberg.

Alex Kral Could Join West Ham on Loan

West Ham Eager to Bring in Alex Kral on Short-Term Deal

The midfielder currently plays in Russia for Spartak Moscow and is regarded as a decent talent by a number of clubs across Europe. Despite this hype though, his current side could be prepared to let him leave on loan to the Hammers before the window closes.

He’s featured five times so far this campaign (three of which were starts) but could be about to make the switch to England to try his luck in the Premier League.

The 23-year old featured heavily for his current side in the 2020/21 campaign as they battled for the title but ultimately finished second. He made 29 appearances in total and managed five assists along the way despite his role as a midfielder.

Looked Solid for Spartak Moscow

Now, he could be set to boost West Ham’s midfield this season.

The deal would, according to these reports, be a loan deal, meaning that the player would only be in England on a temporary basis. However, this agreement could include a clause that would see the Hammers potentially wrap him up permanently at the end of the campaign.

David Moyes’ side have been eager to bring in the right reinforcements to help them continue to battle at the right end of the Premier League table. Even with the window set to close today, they are still on the lookout for further additions to help strengthen their squad.

Kral is the latest in this list of targets and they’ll be desperate to try and seal a loan deal for the young Czech Republic man before the cut-off for transfers to be completed, as he would certainly provide them with good strength and a solid presence in the middle of their midfield.


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