Alex Kral has recently joined West Ham on a loan coming from Spartak Moscow, an English sports agency confirmed.
Alex Kral reached an agreement with the English club that the loan has an option of buying at the end.
By joining West Ham, the 23-year-old player joins his international fellows Tomas Soucek and Vladimir Coufal.
David Moyes, West Ham president, has been trying to sign Kral for a long time, as he admires the way he plays. His admiration boosted when the player played at Euro 2020 with the Czech Republic. Ahead with the new season, the club made their move and brought him on a loan.
“I am delighted to welcome Alex to West Ham United,” said Moyes, “He will provide good competition in the center of midfield. He is another young, talented player who we feel has a big potential and will be capable of adapting to the demands of the Premier League.
“We’ve brought him in on loan initially. And, hopefully, over the course of the season he will make a valuable contribution, particularly with our busier schedule of fixtures.
“Alex is another established international player with the Czech Republic, and we hope he has similar characteristics and hunger to that of Tomas and Vladimir.”
West Ham: Kral a big addition
Kral is a strong midfielder, who would add to the team a great deal. The team will face great teams this season, and adding the player would help big time.
West Ham, for the first time, features in the group stages of the Europa League. Having a good squad would be a great chance to progress into the knockout stages of the tournament.
They come with a group with Dinamo Zagreb, Genk, and Rapid Wien. Kral’s coming to the team would make a big difference when it comes to European fixtures.