Now that the campaign has ended with the Irons reaching the semi-finals of the Europa League and finishing seventh in the Premier League, the focus will be on the summer transfer window and potentially bringing in some new players to strengthen the squad.
Would you take Moise Kean at West Ham?
Last summer, the east London club were linked with a move for England striker Tammy Abraham before he eventually moved to Roma from Chelsea for £34m. With the latest transfer window now open, the Hammers and David Moyes have a chance to sign what could be their own version of the Giallorossi star.
The player who could fit this bill is Moise Kean, who has recently been linked with a move to the London Stadium.
This shows that, despite his previous struggles in England, the Italian marksman is a capable attacking figure who has enough time ahead of him to develop even further, just as Abraham did before jetting off to Rome and scoring 17 goals in 37 Serie A matches.
According to FBRef, the former Chelsea youngster is listed as one of the similar players to Kean, further highlighting the likeness between the two.
Labelled a “courageous” player by his former Paris Saint-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel, the Juventus prodigy could have the motivation to make a return to England and show people what he’s really capable of producing, which could then give the Irons an advantage in their proposed attempts to sign him.
West Ham need to add an extra centre-forward to their squad and Everton might seek to get Kean and his £49k-per-week wages off their books, so if an opportunity to bring the striker to the London Stadium arises this summer or beyond, this is something that GSB should definitely consider.