West Ham United boss David Moyes is considering a move for Inter Milan left-midfielder Robin Gosens, according to reports.
The Lowdown: West Ham target Gosens
Consequently, the German wide playmaker may look to secure a move to the London Stadium in the upcoming transfer window, as he searches for more game time, in a move that would provide a much-needed creative outlet for Moyes’ side.
The Latest: Premier League interest
As per a report from Italian publication Gazzetta dello Sport, the West Ham boss is looking to bolster his options on the left, with a move for the versatile German, who can also play at left-back.
According to their information, the Hammers will have to fight off interest from other clubs to ensure the services of the out-of-favour 28-year-old, as top-flight rivals Leicester City have also made their interest clear.
The Verdict: Great signing
As such, they are in dire need of someone who can make things happen from midfield, and this is exactly the area in which the 14-time Germany international thrives.
Although a lack of minutes has stunted his development at the Nerazzurri, the versatile £23k-per-week talent – who was once dubbed a “beast” by Bundesliga writer Jasmina Schweimer – was sensational for his former club Atalanta, racking up 11 goals and six assists in 31 appearances during the 2020/21 season.
With that in mind, and the important factor that he can also provide cover for Aaron Cresswell at left-back – as well as further up the pitch – if needs be, the Irons should move swiftly to lodge a bid for Gosens before he is snapped up by another club.