West Ham have tabled a £5million offer to sign Slavia Prague winger Lukas Masopust, it has been reported by Czech outlet ISPort.
Masopust, who is 27-years-old, played in the Champions League alongside West Ham’s Tomas Soucek last season.
Soucek arrived from Slavia Prague at the London Stadium on loan in January before making his move permanent this summer and he could now be joined by his former teammate Masopust.
Masopust, who has represented the Czech Republic on 11 occasions, started all six Champions League group games last season for the Fortuna Liga champions.
The winger made significant contributions throughout the campaign, scoring seven and making five assists.
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It is believed West Ham have made an initial offer of £5million for the winger, but it is believed that Slavia would demand a fee more in the region of £8million.
With the futures of Manuel Lanzini and Felipe Anderson up in the air, there could be a demand for reinforcements in the wide positions in East London next season.
Hammers boss David Moyes will want to add additional firepower to supplement the promising Jarrod Bowen, who made a promising start to his career for the club.
Masopust, despite never playing outside of his homeland, could provide extra impetus to an otherwise rather lacklustre looking array of options.