After his promotion to the third tier, an international striker claims that West Ham has made offers

After his promotion to the third tier, an international striker claims that West Ham has made offers ...

Hwang Ui-jo, a Bordeaux striker, has announced that David Moyes is on the lookout for West Ham United.

The Hammers will have to go and sign a new striker this summer.

Michail Antonio has turned 32, and his muscle injuries have been a problem for years.

West Ham are attempting to invest a lot of money in Armando Broja and Gianluca Scamacca.

West Ham may have to look elsewhere in the future.

Hwang Ui-jo is a West Ham United target.

Hwang Ui-jo, a Bordeaux striker who has been linked to a surprising name recently, is one.

Calciomercato reported in June that West Ham had reached out to Hwang regarding a possible purchase.

Bordeaux will be pillaged this summer, given that they were not only relegated from Ligue 1, but also promoted to the third tier.

Several players will be looking to leave Bordeaux, and Southampton has already signed for Sekou Mara.

Hwang is expected to leave, and West Ham is emerging as a possible destination.

Hwang has spoken to the Bordeaux website Girondins4Ever and talked about his future.

The South Korean international has suggested that although his future isn't yet decided, there is a deal on the table from West Ham as well as from Nantes.

Hwang said: "I am waiting, nothing has been decided yet." Depending on the financial situation of the team, of Bordeaux, further information will be available.

Hwang is a well-known figure in Strasbourg, Montpellier, Mainz, Porto, and Minnesota, according to the report, although he has rejected the latter.

Despite Bordeaux dropping out of the Ligue 1, Hwang, 29, scored 11 goals last season, following up on 12 goals in the 2020-21 campaign.

Hwang would not set the pulses racing quite like Broja and Scamacca, but he might be a budget option given Bordeaux's difficulties.

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