Premier League side West Ham United are reportedly plotting a £10 million move to sign Birmingham City star Che Adams.
The 22-year-old has been in incredible form for Garry Monk’s men, scoring 14 goals and producing three assists for the West Midlands club this season.
His form in front of goal hasn’t gone unnoticed, with other Premier League sides Burnley and Southampton also looking to secure an agreement with the prolific forward before the transfer window slams shut in a couple of days.
But here, we discuss whether Che Adams would be a good signing for West Ham…
“£10million would be worth every penny.
“Adams has been superb for Birmingham this season, and hasn’t stopped rising up the leagues since impressing in non-league for Ilkeston Town.
“He’s the complete forward – he’s quick, strong and powerful and knows where the goal is. What a signing this would be for West Ham.”
“This would be the ideal signing.
“West Ham need a striker that can change games going forward and Adams can definitely do that.
“His hard work ethic would suit the West Ham system and he’d be worth the hefty price tag.”
“He would be a smart signing.
“West Ham need more depth up front and Adams would provide them with pace, power and a different option.
“He is ready to make the step up and would be a good squad player for the Hammers.”
“A great signing.
“He offers something different up front to what the Hammers already have and would be a signing that could add plenty of value in the future.
“Get him in and watch him thrive.”