West Ham United should try to land the signature of Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook at the end of the season.
There is no doubt that the club’s midfield has been struggling, as well as their defence, since the campaign began.
Manuel Pellegrini’s men are the only Premier League team not to pick up a point after four games, which has left them at the bottom of the table.
The club brought in nine new faces during the summer transfer window, but things have not clicked into place just yet.
Even though it is less than a year away, West Ham should consider making a move for Bournemouth star Lewis Cook next summer.
The 21-year-old is showing signs that he can become one of England’s best midfielders.
The Under-17 European Championship winner – valued at £18m by Transfermarkt – has plenty of confidence and looks comfortable in the Premier League.
Cook is an all-round midfielder, who can find his teammates with a pin-pointed pass but is also not afraid to do the dirty work and get stuck into a tackle.
The young player has the ability to burst from the centre of the park with determined runs, and he could potentially become a star at West Ham.
Mark Noble will eventually have to be replaced, and Cook would likely receive more game time at the London Stadium than he would if he were to join a so-called ‘bigger’ club.
Depending on how the season pans out, the Hammers should certainly keep a close eye on Cook.
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