West Ham are set to make another bid for Dominic Solanke following a failed attempt to sign the striker last Summer.

When news broke that West Ham were interested in signing Dominic Solanke last Summer, fans were underwhelmed with the potential signing. His goal scoring record was not great and he did not seem like the type of player who would suit Moyes’ system. Well, the Englishman has certainly proved them wrong.

Amazingly, he already has 14 goals in the Premier League this season, sitting just 3 behind top-scorer Erling Haaland. He has been absolutely unstoppable at times and does not look like he will slow down anytime soon.

It was reported that the Hammers bid £40 million for the striker but it was turned down by Bournemouth. 

West Ham’s recent goal-scoring problems have made it even more evident that they need a striker, and, according to teamTALK, they could go back in for Solanke at the end of the season. 

Aside from his ridiculously good record this term, he also helps the club to fulfil their homegrown quota. 

Unfortunately, they will face stiff competition from Newcastle and possibly other Premier League sides. On top of this, his recent form will only have driven his price higher and you would expect that our Irons would have to break their record transfer fee of £48 million by a fair amount in order to acquire his services.

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