West Ham frontrunners to land Premier League striker on a free transfer

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It appears as though West Ham are wasting no time this summer in trying to land their targets.

Luis Guilherme was already landed some weeks ago, and Fabrizio Romano reported via X that Wolves’ Max Kilman had finally put pen to paper on a deal with the Hammers.

Kilman’s former club appear to be in a race with his new employers to bag a seasoned Premier League striker too.

Though he spent last season in the Championship with Leicester City and his contract has now run out meaning that he’s available on a free transfer, Kelechi Iheanacho is still a formidable presence in a front line and at just 27 years of age, the former Man City man could be the right player at just the right time for Julen Lopetegui.

Give Me Sport suggest that Iheanacho is seen as competition for Michail Antonio, but that West Ham – and Wolves – must first understand his demands before showing their hand.

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  1. I really hope this gets over the line. I rate this player, never seen him have a bad game, settle out transition up front down allowing us to focus on growing the front line⚒️

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