West Ham targeting Sebastien Haller replacement
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The Hammers are desperate for signing a replacement for Sebastien Haller, who moved to the in-form Ajax in January this year.

West Ham have shown incredible performances so far this season as they push for Champions League football next season.

David Moyes’s side has shown improvement this season compared to last season, where they nearly faced relegation. They have surprised many this season by being among the top-performing clubs in England.

With eight games left to play, the Hammers are in contention to compete in next season’s Champions League, sitting fourth in the Premier League on 52 points, just one point ahead of Chelsea on 51.

According to a recent story from Eurosport, Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham is one striker who the club’s leadership is likely to consider.

Abraham has rarely featured in the Blues’ matchday lineups since Thomas Tuchel’s arrival, and Eurosport suggests West Ham will try to give him a way out of his Stamford Bridge nightmare.

Also mentioned in the Eurosport article as a potential striker is Sparta Prague forward Adam Hlozek.

Also mentioned in the Eurosport article as a potential striker is Sparta Prague forward Adam Hlozek.
Sparta Prague forward Adam Hlozek

Since joining West Ham on loan in January, Lingard has scored six goals and provided three assists in eight Premier League matches.

West Ham targeting Sebastien Haller replacement
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