West Ham are reportedly ‘lining up a move’ for Sparta Prague striker Adam Hlozek

The Hammers have been extensively linked with the 19-year-old in recent months and are believed to be preparing a swoop for the January transfer window. 

David Moyes’ squad is in need of an attacking addition and the Irons look set to steal a march on Liverpool to land the teenage sensation. 

That’s according to a report from Football Insider, as cited on Twitter

The report claims that the club are ‘working on a deal’ to bring the 12-cap Czech Republic starlet to the London Stadium. 

So far this season Hlozek has scored four times and provided eight assists in 21 appearances across all competitions. 

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Valued at £15.3million and under contract in Prague until 2024 (Transfermarkt), signing Hlozek would represent an expensive outlay. 

Capable of playing either as a central striker, a winger or in-behind a focal point, the teenager would certainly offer an abundance of quality to Moyes’ ranks. 

Beating a potential top-four rival to the capture would make the whole thing that little sweeter also. 

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