Loaning Tomáš Souček from Slavia Prague successfully, West Ham made the move permanent after they managed to secure their safety in the Premier League.

The Hammers ended up paying £15m for the defensive midfielder, and it appears David Moyes could do some more shopping in the Czech Republic this summer.

According to Sport, the main target is Lukáš Masopust, a right-winger who can also play a bit further back.

West Ham are said to have already made a £5m offer for the Czech international, but it’s said Slavia Prague don’t intend to ‘waver at the first email from London’.

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In fact, their wishes is for a transfer closer to £8m, which is around 240m Czech crowns.

However, considering they got Masopust for a mere £500k last summer, they could be convinced to let him go for a bit less, around 200m crowns (£6.9m).

That fee would make him the third most expensive Slavia sale of all time, a list topped by the aforementioned Souček.

Further indication the winger could be on his way out is the arrival of Ondřej Lingr, with many considering a ‘possible replacement for Masopust’, according to DNES.