West Ham United are keen on signing Spartak Moscow midfielder Alex Kral.
According to Sky Sports, five Premier League clubs are interesting in Kral. West Ham have already spoken to the player’s representatives.
The opportunity to link up with Vladimir Coufal and Tomas Soucek could convince the 23-year-old to move to the London club this summer.
All three players will soon join up with the Czech Republic squad for the European Championships, and the Hammers duo could play a key role in the transfer.
There is no doubt that Kral is a talented player, but it is unclear how David Moyes would accommodate him in his starting line-up.
The defensive midfielder would probably be behind Declan Rice and Soucek in the pecking order at West Ham.
A player of his quality will want to play regular first-team football, and the Hammers may have to alter their system if they sign him.
The Czech star has contributed five assists for Spartak Moscow in the league this season and has the ability to make a difference as a playmaker.
Coufal and Soucek have proven to be sensational additions for the London club, and the fans will hope that Kral can follow in their footsteps if he joins the Hammers in the coming weeks.