West Ham United Transfer News: West Ham’s season in the Premier League has been defined by one thing above all others: their inability to score goals.
With players like Michail Antonio, Jarrod Bowen, Gianluca Scamacca, Maxwell Cornet, and Danny Ings on the roster, it’s surprising that they’ve only scored 27 times in 29 Premier League games.
The strikers for the Hammers have struggled to convert chances into goals this season, while the team’s leaky defence has allowed 39 goals. David Moyes has his work cut out for him.
Maybe that’s why they’re looking to sign a Brazilian striker who has already amassed an unbelievable record of 14 goals in 15 outings for the East Londoners.
If West Ham United get relegated this season, Football Insider has learned that the club would pursue a trade for Flamengo’s prolific 25-year-old striker Pedro.
Obviously, in good shape, West Ham is running into the same problem they had with Scamacca and Sebastien Haller.
The correct sort of player for your setup must be acquired if you want to play in a certain fashion. It does neither the individual nor the team any favour to force them into roles that aren’t a suitable fit.
West Ham United Transfer News: Will this move go through?
First and foremost, this South American talent should be focused on for another season in the English Premier League.
With eight games left in the season, David Moyes’ squad is now 14th in the standings, three points above the relegation zone.
On Thursday (13 April), they will host Gent in the opening leg of the quarterfinals in the Europa Conference League, and on Sunday (16 April), they will host league leaders Arsenal.