According to The Telegraph, West Ham United are interested in signing Blackburn Rovers striker Adam Armstrong.
The Hammers are in the market for a new striker having allowed Sebastien Haller to join Ajax in a permanent deal last week.
Boulaye Dia is one option, but it’s stated that Armstrong is also on the radar given how Moyes likes to dip into the EFL market.
Moyes signed Jarrod Bowen in January 2020 and Said Benrahma in October 2020, having starred in the Championship with Hull City and Brentford respectively.
Armstrong is now thought to be a striker target for West Ham, having smashed 16 goals and three assists in 22 Championship games this season.
The former Newcastle talent can operate up front or in from the left flank, and looks ready to play in the Premier League having bossed the Championship.
Earlier this season, Rovers boss Tony Mowbray branded Armstrong ‘explosive’ because of his pace, adding that he provides dynamic movement in the final third.
Those attributes have made Michail Antonio a key man for Moyes, and he may well see Armstrong as the ideal player to come in and provide goals for West Ham having failed to get the best out of target man Haller.