West Ham United are currently pushing hard to sign 24-year-old winger to bolster their front line

West Ham United are now looking for a new attacking player as David Moyes seeks to strengthen his front line this month.

Although the Hammers’ front-line personnel situation appears to be easing, Moyes still has room to bring in more players.
West Ham have made strong contacts with FC Nordsjaelland’s Ibrahim Osman in recent days, but he is not the only target.

According to TalkSPORT, the Hammers have spoken with Al-Ittihad forward Jota about a potential January move.

According to reports, West Ham are one of three Premier League clubs in talks with the 24-year-old winger.

Jota has struggled in Saudi Arabia since his £25 million move from Celtic, gaining little playing time at his new club.

He hasn’t gotten much playing time because of a rule limiting how many international players can play at once.
Jota has made just 11 appearances for the club since coming in the summer, totaling just over 500 minutes and two goals.

West Ham United want to sign Jota as well as Ibrahim Osman

According to talkSPORT, the purported West Ham target is ‘desperate’ to go, while Al-Ittihad are ‘glad to cut their losses’.

Jota is a fantastic choice for West Ham – TBR View
West Ham failed to replace Gianluca Scamacca last summer, Michail Antonio and Lucas Paqueta are injured, while Mohammed Kudus is still at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Jota eyes Ittihad Jeddah stay despite Ettifaq & Al-Wehda desire

As a result, West Ham could use some striking reinforcements, and Jota would be an excellent choice for the club as he attempts to get his career back on track.

Jota has previously been praised as “incredible” by Ange Postecoglou, and as a “difference-maker” by Scottish football analyst Barry Ferguson.
Let us watch what occurs in the coming days. It appears that West Ham have a fair possibility of moving forward with this transaction and possibly completing it.

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