German Under-21 international Daniel Ginczek has reportedly been attracting the interest of West Ham United. The Hammers are currently looking at many strikers with the potential departure of Carlton Cole as well as various loan signings returning to their parent clubs.
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Ginczek is curently on loan at Bundesliga 2 outfit St.Pauli from Borussia Dortmund and has declared that he wants to know what his future holds.
Standing at 6ft 2in you can see why manager Sam Allardyce has him shortlisted with some aerial dominance that could work very effectively with Big Sam’s ‘hoof ball’ style of play.
Andy Carroll hasn’t been up to sorts this season netting only three times in the league, and with further reports suggesting that his loan deal is to be ended at the end of the season, Allardyce will be looking for some players that can fill his void and still play a huge role in his tactics.
Allardyce too is unsure on his future as he pushes West Ham United for a contract extension.
The striker nicknamed ‘Gunni’ could be a potentially great signing for West Ham does he fill out his full playing potential and go on to score some vital goals. The 21 year old, with his height could prove to be effective for the Hammers.
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‘Gunni’s’ goal ratio for this season is a respectable goal every two games, something us Hammers long for with our top scorer being Kevin Nolan, an injured midfielder.
Hopefully we see Gunni come in for a reasonable price, and amongst our current bunch of thriving youngsters such as Hall, Morrison, Turgott, Spence and Moncur etc. he gets a few games under his belt and goes on to become a hero in east London.
For me, I would love to see some youngsters come in but under Allardyce I don’t think they’ll get the playing time they need to get vital Premier League experience. Hopefully, our current youngsters also get a run out next season, because by the current looks of things we have a very good potential team.
One of our youngsters has been to the League Cup final with Bradforc City [Turgott] and another two in Robert Hall and Ravel Morrison have played extremely well in the Championship this season.
Onwards and Upwards!
Ben Edkins (@benedkins12)
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