West Ham are to potentially make a move to sign another Ghanaian player, it has been reported by ExWHUEmployee.

With a current injury crisis engulfing the club at present, with Jarrod Bowen and Lucas Paqueta both on the treatment table, along with Mohammed Kudus away at the AFCON, pressure is mounting to utilise the current January transfer window well.

Reporting on The West Ham Way Patreon, our Podcast co-host and club insider Ex has exclusively disclosed that the club are set to look at a fellow compatriot of Kudus.

“Following Muhammad Kudus’ amazing impact the club have paid some strong interest in the famous Academy in Ghana called ‘Right to Dream’,” stated Ex on Patreon.

“The list of players who have graduated through the academy is amazing and simply too big to mention them all but the closest one to West Ham’s heart is Muhammad Kudus.

“The Academy has a link with Danish side Football Club Nordsjælland. Ernest Appiah Nuamah is a left winger who graduated from there and is currently at Lyon on loan from Racing White Daring Molenbeek. Although his ownership is very complicated and he is expected to join Lyon permanently.

“A player who we also really like that has had the same path from the Academy to Football Club Nordsjælland is Ibrahim Osman.

“The club are expected to test the water with this signing should the manager agree to it. They will face a lot of competition for the player however with Arsenal, Brighton, Borussia Monchengladbach of Germany and a whole host of other clubs expressing an interest in his signature but this is one to keep an eye on.”

Our club insider will be keeping fans fully up to date on the progress of the potential move, exclusively on Patreon.