As they get ready to play a Spanish team, West Ham has been strongly connected to midfielder Aaron Jashari from Switzerland.
After selling Declan Rice to Arsenal for a club record amount, the Hammers spent a lot of money rebuilding their midfield in the summer.
In addition to the Englishman’s departure, they added James Ward-Prowse and Edson Alvarez, who have made an impression on many at the London team.
However, they might need to reenter the market to find a suitable replacement for Tomas Soucek, who has a contract that expires and may leave the team next year.
The Hammers are reportedly keeping an eye on Swiss midfielder Jashari, who has also drawn interest from La Liga teams, according to Italian publication Corriere Dello Sport, as reported by TeamTalk.
According to the source, the 21-year-old, who is currently on the Swiss league team FC Lurzen, might be available for as little as €6 million, which is a pittance in the current market.
Over the course of his career, Jashari has made 80 senior appearances and earned two caps for his country.
The Swiss international was hailed by Sky Sports Germany as the next Jude Bellingham, and several Bundesliga teams expressed interest in him the previous season.
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With a win, West Ham will guarantee a spot in the competition’s knockout rounds when we take on Backa Topola tonight in the Europa League.
Now leading Group A after four games played, David Moyes’ team has only picked up one point in the competition’s group stages prior to the encounter. The hosts, on the other hand, are in last position.
Since the manager of the Hammers has already indicated that Michail Antonio and Jarrod Bowen will not be playing tonight, Divin Mubuma has the opportunity to impress him and show that he is prepared for more first team action.
Since European competition makes juggling a hectic schedule difficult for West Ham, Moyes has acknowledged that the team faces another obstacle this evening in Serbia in the bitter weather.
“We’ll try and do much the same,” Moyes said on the team’s official website. “It’s been really difficult over the past two years trying to combine the European games with the Premier League games [when it comes to team selection]. but for the most of it we’ve done very well, reaching one semi-final and one final, so we.
It’s challenging, and the group we’re in this season is really tough, so it’s challenging to make a lot of changes for games in Europe.
“Over the past few years, we have performed successfully in Europe.
“I hope we can continue our really good form in Europe. We had a record when we went unbeaten, and our first defeat [of this campaign] was at Olympiacos a few weeks ago [on matchday three.”