West Ham boss David Moyes is pushing exhausting to signal wing-back Filip Kostic from Eintracht Frankfurt.
The Serbian worldwide is the Hammers’ high goal, reviews Football Insider, however talks have stalled as Frankfurt don’t wish to lose the 29-year-old, who’s firmly the Bundesliga membership’s finest participant.
Kostic has been on the German membership since 2018, enjoying 169 instances in all competitions, scoring 33 objectives and helping an extra 63. The left wing-back is an impressive participant and it’s not exhausting to see why the Serbian is Moyes’ high goal.
Regardless of talks stalling, Moyes re-opened them on Monday and had a chat with Kostic in an try to steer him to make the transfer to the Premier League states Soccer Insider.
Fabrizio Romano gave an replace on the state of affairs in his newest exclusive CaughtOffside column via Substack, stating:
“West Ham have additionally been discussing Filip Kostic with the identical agent [as Scamacca]. There has already been a €12-13m provide made to Eintracht Frankfurt, however negotiations with Kostic on private phrases are nonetheless at an early stage.”
Kostic has entered the ultimate yr of his contract with Eintracht Frankfurt and the German membership could possibly be pressured into placing a deal. Whether or not the Serbian needs the transfer to West Ham is unknown however it’s sure that Moyes needs him on the London Stadium subsequent season.